In the PCB plug-in assembly process, the board's plug-in assembly is a very important process. It is also the last step in the assembly of components. All printed circuit board assembly needs to be assembled after chip mounting. So what is the PCB plug-in assembly?
PCB plug-in assembly processing refers to the subsequent processing of the finished PCB board, for example, the repair of the cutting feet, the welding defects, and the manual soldering of some components that are not suitable for wave soldering. PCB plug-in assembly is a manual operation, often requires a large number of employees, behind the wave soldering process, and is part of the DIP plug-in processing.