Our Services For Customers

<strong>Selective Soldering</strong>

In-house selective soldering machinery

PCI Designs

Designed in the USA
In-house prototyping

Speed: In-house prototyping can be much faster than outsourcing the process to a third-party manufacturer.
Cost: In-house prototyping can be much less expensive than outsourcing the process to a third-party manufacturer.
Control: In-house prototyping gives us complete control over the design and manufacturing process.

<strong>3D Printing</strong>

In-house 3D printing

Ultrasonic Welder

In-house ultrasonic welder

Fast: Ultrasonic welding is a very fast process.
Strong: Ultrasonic welds are very strong, and can withstand a lot of force.
Efficient: Ultrasonic welding is a very efficient process, as it uses less energy than other welding methods.
Versatile: Ultrasonic welding can be used to join a wide variety of plastic materials.
Safe: Ultrasonic welding is a safe process, as it does not produce any harmful fumes or gases.

Surface-Mount Technology

In-house surface-mount technology

Smaller size: SMT components are smaller than their through-hole counterparts, which allows for more compact electronic circuits.
Higher density: SMT components can be packed more closely together than through-hole components, which allows for higher circuit density.
Reduced assembly costs: SMT assembly is typically less expensive than through-hole assembly, as it can be automated to a greater extent.
Improved reliability: SMT components are typically more reliable than through-hole components, as they are less prone to damage during assembly.

<strong>Ultraviolet Printing</strong>

In-house Ultraviolet printing

High quality: UV printing can produce high-quality prints with sharp detail and vibrant colors.
Durable: UV ink is very durable and resistant to fading, scratching, and water damage.
Versatile: UV printing can be used to print on a wide variety of materials.


Popular Question From Customers

We need to be responsive. We need to be quick to resolve any issues that our customers may have.

Do you sell only to OEMs?

We’re proud to serve a wide range of customers, from OEMs to consumers. If you’re looking for high-quality products and excellent customer service, give us a call today!  (630)-515-9100

What Kinds of Payment Do You Accept?

We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.

If a product is discontinued does that mean I can not get it anymore?

An OEM, or original equipment manufacturer (Precision Circuits Inc), is the company that originally made the part. When an OEM discontinues a part, it means that they are no longer making it. This can be for a number of reasons, such as the part is no longer profitable to make, or the design of the part has been changed.

In some cases, even though an OEM has discontinued a part, it is still possible to produce that part for the end-user.