Metro Detroit Electronic Assembly with Over 30 Years Experience in the Electronic Industry
Along with our extensive experience in wire harness manufacturing, Netcon Enterprises is proud to also provide contract electronic manufacturing service capabilities.
Netcon Enterprises provides design, layout, engineering, and manufacturing of electronic controls, integrates them into assemblies (box build), and provides additional value-added services such as kitting, packaging and direct delivery to your business.
Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing Is What Sparks Us
Netcon Enterprises provides variety of services to help you get what you need. From Prototype or Turnkey PCB assembly, to consigned and partially consigned assembly, we are here help make the process effortless for you. Our trusted team ensures you will have the best end product with a quick turnaround time.
From assembly of small, simple thru-hole to extremely complex 16″ x 18″ mixed technology printed circuit assemblies. With layout, design and manufacturing capabilities combined with modern assembly processes, we provide our customers with a total manufacturing solution for their printed circuit needs.
Our capabilities include a wide range of axial, radial, odd form components, surface mount devices and leading edge, Ball Grid Array (BGA) placements. We routinely process Class I, II, and III single- and double-sided configurations with standard or fine pitch requirements on various printed circuit board substrates (e.g., FR-4 rigid and flex, polyamide flex and others). We routinely handle processing requests from single- and double-sized reflow, conductive adhesives, conformal coating, potting, intrusive soldering (pin in paste) to name a few.
Over 30 Years of Experience in Electronic Assembly
For over 30 years, Netcon Enterprises has built a solid reputation as one of Michigan’s leading manufacturers of industrial electronics and PCBs. We are committed to providing a great place to work, developing our team, and creating exceptional customer experiences. Our passion for quality, developing partnerships with our customers, and providing customized value based solutions makes Netcon Enterprises the leader in electronics contract manufacturing.
We deploy a wide range of equipment for the assembly of printed circuit boards — from axial lead component insertion to state-of-the-art, high-speed, surface mount component placement machinery.
Instrument & Box Build Assembly
Netcon Enterprises leverages a wide-ranging box build capability within our Instrumentation Lab. Our assembly technicians have extensive experience with:
Our skilled Michigan based team can integrate electronic, wire and cable assembly and box build capabilities to manufacture your custom product. Additionally, Netcon Enterprises has experienced technicians who can perform functional and burn-in testing based on your specific criteria.
Netcon Enterprises also offers final product box design and packaging services. We provide full turnkey services with drop ship distribution and warehousing of final products for ease of manufacturing. We are here for you from start to finish.
- Surface Mount Placement Capabilities and Equipment
- Surface Mount Process Support Equipment
- Thru-hole Assembly Equipment
- PCB Support Equipment
- Industrial instrumentation for data acquisition
- UL Approved medical instrumentation
- Product assemblies
- Complete box builds
- Prototype to volume
- Mechanical Assembly
- Electro-mechanical Assembly
- Assemblies with Bill of Materials
- (BOM) from 2-1,000 pieces
- Labeling, packaging, and shipping
- Customer Support - CRM/MRP
- Assist in assembly process development for job efficiency
- Supply chain management
- Material logistics and inventory management
- Production monitoring and communications
- Practice formal change control
- Documentation of Assembly Process
Our Process For Electronic Assembly
Step 1: Contact Us To Get Started
The first step is to contact our team via phone or contact form. Next, your designated electronic assembly representative will reach out to set up an initial consultation.
At this point in the process, you'll be asked to provide your contact name, company name, email address, and phone number.
Once you let us know which products, services, or parts you're interested in, our sales department will provide you with a free quote for your job.
Step 2: Get A Free Estimate & Financing Options
Your representative will meet with you a second time to go over your financing options. You'll also sign the paperwork, choose product color, and finalize a production date. Our electronics assembly department makes it a priority to order all materials so there are no production delays as well.
Step 3: We Conduct an Analysis & Supply Electronic Assembly for Your Business
Our crew will be in touch with you for the technical details such as BOM (Bill of Materials) and critical files. Here is an example of what we will need for a PCB assembly:
Minimum BOM Information:
• Supplier and Part Number
• Reference Designator
• Package Type (footprint)
The Microsoft Excel format (.xls, .xlsx, .csv, or tab-delimited) is required for the Bill of Materials (BOM).
Minimum Files (Gerber RS-274X format):
• Copper (trace layers)
• Solder paste layers
Preferably, as if you were sending them in for fabrication, you should send us all Gerber files generated by your CAD program.
As soon as we have the essential information provided to us, we get started on manufacturing your electronic products.
Step 4: Final Certified Inspection & Guarantee
After the design prototype is approved, your order will be completed. Following this step, we ensure the quality of your electronic products with a final inspection by our certified electronic engineers. Finally, you and your representative will perform a final walk-through to your satisfaction.
Step 5: Product Completion & Delivery Options
Upon completion and final approval, your products will be shipped to the electronics facility of your choice. If your business is based out of Michigan, you also have the option to pick up your order from our facility.
Why Choose Netcon Enterprises, Inc
Founded in 1985, Netcon is a Michigan-based contract manufacturer of wire harness assemblies, as well as electronic assemblies. We focus on many different applications — from automotive to industrial to specialty vehicles and marine. We are an ISO 9001:2015 registered, IATF 16949 compliant company located in Waterford, MI.
Our years of experience allow us to design efficient assembly processes for every product.
That's why our mission is simple — to make sure quality is built into every part we ship. We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and quality at a competitive price.
What sets Netcon apart from other industrial electronic manufacturers?
That's easy, we offer a wide range of capabilities along with our competency of wire harness, cable, and PCB manufacturing. We also provide a quick turnaround on quotes for nearly any application.
Another thing that makes us stand out from the rest is a one-of-a-kind internally made tooling database. This helps us to catalog all pertinent crimp and tooling specifications.
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Get A Free Electronic Assembly Estimate
We’re your one-stop-shop for all your electronic assembly needs.
As specialists in electronic assembly services, we provide unique custom instrument & box building and assembly.
In terms of applications, we provide Industrial Instrumentation (for data acquisition, monitoring or process control), Automotive Test Instrumentation, Medical Instrumentation, Analysis Equipment (UL Approved), Power Distribution & Control Equipment, Custom Panel Wiring & Rack Assembly, and many more application types.
Not sure how much our electronic manufacturing services cost?
If that's the case, then you've come to the right place.
Contact us now to get your free estimate today.
Please contact us online, or fill out the Request for Quote form below to get in touch with our sales team. Upon receiving your RFQ submission, one of our sales representatives will be in contact with you to discuss your quote in further detail.