Full PCB Manufacturing
Prototype To Volume PCB Assembly Services
RayMing is China PCB assembly manufacturer ,who offers complete PCB assembly services in Shenzhen , RayPCB’s capable of providing turn-key and partial turn-key printed circuit board assembly services.
For full turn-key, we take care of the entire process, including manufacturing of Printed Circuit Boards, procurement of components (100% original) , PCBA Testing , continuous monitoring of quality and final assembly.
Whereas for partial turn-key, the customer can provide the PCBs and certain components, and the remaining parts will be handled by us.
• Best On-time Delivery • Large Support Team • Quick Response service • Over 6000 Contract Clients
Our Customers tell us that they buy from us because we are RELIABLE . . . that they can count on us to do what we say we will do. It’s as simple as that! More than 100 New Company Customers come to RayMing each month. With many coming as referrals from satisfied customers. We now have earned the trust of over 10,000 ENGINEERS and 6,000 CONTRACT ASSEMBLERS who depend on us for their PCB requirements.
As a 15 years PCB manufacturer in China,Rayming is providing the latest printed circuit board technologies and highest quality standards for electronics industry. You can trust us to meet your demands, from small volume to mass production whatever the simplest PCB boards or the most complex designs .
15 years experience
Accept Stardard: IPC III, Military, Automotive, Medcial, We offer you expanded PCB capabilities: Rigid PCB, Flexible, Rigid-flex, HDI board
Up to 56 layer prototype PCB
Manufacture PCB board up to 56 layer, Raw material: Fr4, Rogers, Arlon, Teflon, Taconic, Nelco, Isola, Ceramic, Metal core
Up to 18 layer mass production
Support PCB surface process: HASL-LF, ENIG, Plating gold, Immersion tin, Immersion silver, ENIPIG, OSP
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