MICRO MEGA assembles printed circuits for important domestic and foreign brands thanks to 15-year experience, has a modern and performant warehouse and a team of skilled and cooperative technicians. All of this is characterized by prompt and high quality service also for small and medium-size batches.
MICRO MEGA completes its offer combining a number of services aiming at giving technical/organizational and engineering support like prototype assembly, production of small and/or urgent batches and the possibility to assist Customers with items either as contract work or as purchase account and deliveries through its own vans.
The equipment installed at MICRO MEGA is the most advanced technological answer to customer’s requests.
Among SMT lines, high speed ASM Siplace stands out and overall performances reach levels that were unthinkable in the past. These lines are integrated with forced air reflow ovens, double wave welder compatible with lead-free alloys, equipped with systems of spray flux and welding in inert medium (nitrogen), a double wave welder to weld products still to assemble by means of tin/lead technologies and a new system of conformal coating.
A specific department is dedicated to the visual control stations, through both screen control and microscope, and another one is destined to functional testing and in-circuit by means of mobile probes and bed of nails.
MICRO MEGA is equipped with a rework Weller WQB4000SOPS to rework BGA and QPF. Here all rework activities on particularly complex components (BGA, QPP, QFN, etc.) are carried out.
Assembling of PTH components (axial, radial and e dip) on equipped lines.
Electronic components are properly coded and placed in locations having appropriate anti-static characteristics. The warehouse is divided into coded areas. Customized corners can be reserved for each single Client, if components are given as contract work by this latter. All the items (stored materials, components to work and similar) are managed by a central information system.
All MSD components are properly vacuum-sealed and controlled until the assembly phase.
5 assembling lines that allow to assemble all types of passive and active components, through automatic processes of screen printing, assembly, new fusion in inert atmosphere or polymerization.
Automatic visual inspection for optical control of medium and big-size batches.
Two ASM Pick and Place with smart feeder allow a quicker production that is easily adjustable to match the widest requests. Siplace SX of ASM is the first machine with full gantry modularity technology. This eliminates the expensive reconfigurations of the old SMT lines, increases speediness during components assembly and improves operation quality. In the meanwhile, the two machines replaced were moved to a smaller line that is destined to small series and prototypes. Thus, productivity is enhanced and today, like for the other lines, a full tracking of each component becomes possible.
With three assembly lines equipped with the best ASM machines, we can assemble both high miniaturization components and big BGA and connectors “pin in paste” (THR), with a capacity of over 120 million components per year, and growing more and more.
All MSD components are properly vacuum-sealed and controlled until assembly phase.
Upon specific request by the Client or if this is necessary to eliminate any flux residues from the board, the following items are available:
After the visual examination of all the products assembled, “In-circuit” parametric tests can be carried out through mobile probes or bed of nails. Then, proper functional tests with client interface can be carried out. Upon completion of all activities, the relevant compliance certificate is issued.
Micro Mega is equipped with a rework Weller WQB4000SOPS station to rework BGA and QPF.
Here all rework activities on particularly complex components (BGA, QPP, QFN, etc.) are carried out.
The machine used is equipped with a double camera allowing the best optical alignment during the re-positioning phase of the component on the printed circuit.
The station has entries for K probes to obtain proper cycle profiles.