SMT processing fee is not standard
With the progress of the times, electronic products continue to replace the position of traditional non electronic products and become an indispensable thing everywhere. This also urges the SMT process behind electronic products to improve at an incredible speed to meet people's growing needs. Speaking of this point, I must carefully analyze one of the most important issues that most people in the SMT industry care about, that is, is the SMT processing fee a standard for testing electronic processing plants?
Let's divide this problem into several parts. The professional language is to analyze this problem seriously. This question can be divided into "SMT", "SMT processing", "SMT processing fee" and "standard".
SMT: The full English name is Surface Mount Technology, which means surface mount technology in Chinese. Well, I think everyone who reads this article should know about it. I won't explain it any more.
SMT processing: It can also be calLED surface mount processing technology, which is the essence of the work of electronic processing plants. Generally speaking, all SMT processing plants rely on this craft to eat.
SMT processing fee: Since the Circuit board factory depends on SMT processing technology to support its family, it must set a price for its own process to connect with the outside world. This naturally leads to the word "SMT processing fee".
Standard: It's easy to say that this word is the criterion for measuring things.
To sum up, is SMT processing fee a standard for inspection of electronic processing plants? The topic of this problem has been analyzed in depth. Next, I will answer this question well. Of course, these are my personal views.
In my opinion, SMT processing fee is not a standard for inspection of electronic processing plants, which is mainly reflected as follows:
The SMT processing fee is just the price that the management of the circuit board factory attached to the SMT processing technology according to their own thinking. Based on this, we should know that this is not a standard. After all, ideas are different.
SMT processing fee is priced low. It may be that the manufacturing cost of the PCB factory is low, so low prices can also bring benefits to them. However, for customers, although they have reduced some of their company's expenses, the products they get are all low cost and low quality, which will lead to a bad customer experience and even greater losses. Of course, there are exceptions. For example, some factories just want to attract customers with low prices and make high-quality products for them. The purpose is to establish a good reputation for their factories. When their reputation or brand has been recognized by customers, they can slowly increase the SMT processing costs, and then achieve greater revenue.
SMT processing fees are priced high. A down-to-earth circuit board factory has set its SMT processing cost at a certain high level, which must be because the circuit board factory has the following factors: its reputation has been built, it has its own absolutely loyal customers, and it fully believes in the quality and value of its products. Of course, there is another manufacturer. They set their SMT processing fees at a high level just to play psychological warfare with customers. They obviously do not have this value, but they cheat customers and let them be cheated. Such manufacturers often can only develop new customers all the time, and there will be no repeat customers. They just want to earn enough money for customers at one time and then choose the next target. This kind of manufacturer, I can only gently say, no zu no die! In the end, they died by themselves.
Having said so much, I found that I could not judge a circuit board factory by the SMT processing cost of the surface. The sixth sense and conjecture are also unreliable. If you want to find an honest electronic processing factory, the most direct way is to go to the factory for inspection, and then judge the quality of the electronic processing factory by combining the SMT processing cost.