Quick Turn PCB Assembly

At Advanced Assembly, our average turn-time is 5 days or less, including time spent resolving incomplete kits or design errors. Our quick-turn PCB assembly service is fair and straightforward; no fine print or hidden charges like other assembly shops, just fast PCB prototypes.

Turn-time starts on the day all boards and parts arrive at our facility. Once the “clock” starts we:

  • Verify all kits before assembly begins.
  • Missing parts are resolved with customer.
  • There are no extra fees for holds due to incomplete kits. Should incomplete kits place projects on-hold, Advanced Assembly does not charge additional fees for restarting orders once kits are complete.
  • 100% of orders are always shipped, unless otherwise requested.
  • Orders are shipped on-time, unless partial shipment is requested by the customer.

Typical 5 Day/5 Day Full Turn-Key Example

Typical 5 Day Assembly Only Example

With Customer Supplied Parts & Boards

Job begins once all customer supplied parts & boards are received and engineering has been approved.

Most Common Reasons Why a Job Goes on Hold:
  • Communication Timeliness
  • Missing Files (Stencil Paste, XYRS, Drill Files, Gerbers)
  • Missing Polarity Markers
  • Incomplete BOM Information
  • Obsolete Components
  • Panelized Boards without Panelized Stencil
  • Missing Parts (if consigned)
  • Insufficient Quanitity (if consigned)

See our complete list in our whitepaper, “Why Assembly Jobs Go On Hold.”