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November 21, 2011, 01:01:49 AM
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  I am wondering if anyone here is familiar with any assembly companies that I may have not found in my research. I checked through 30+ companies and am wondering if there are cheaper ones out there.
 
The project is;

I supply the parts and PCBs
35 BOM line items
61 individual components
Single Sided SMT
Lead Free
59 SMT parts (THT included)
1 BGA package (Spartan-6 of course  Smiley )
1 QFN package
5 THT w total 13 pins

  Looking for a per board cost for single boards up to 300 boards and everything in between. I've found what I believe is the best price out there from a 'real' company. Hoping others have some they would not mind sharing. Many thanks in advance.

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     Derek

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Our company could do it for you - but we rarely are the lowest cost provider.  If you're planning on offering a warranty on what it is that you're building, make sure that the assembly company will be X-Ray inspecting the BGA.  Without X-Ray inspection, I wouldn't warranty anything with a Spartan 6 for longer than 12 hours.

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Our company could do it for you - but we rarely are the lowest cost provider.  If you're planning on offering a warranty on what it is that you're building, make sure that the assembly company will be X-Ray inspecting the BGA.  Without X-Ray inspection, I wouldn't warranty anything with a Spartan 6 for longer than 12 hours.

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  Thanks for the advice. I will not be reselling but do of course intend to have them x-rayed. Every company so far I have found that can actually place the BGA's also offers X-ray inspection.

  What is your company info so I can look into you?


  Derek

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