Advanced Assembly makes circuit boards for engineers who design everything from drone aircraft to insulin pumps. As they work on their inventions, they are constantly improving the electronics inside. In the past, the process was frustrating and time consuming, because the engineers had to create and solder their prototype circuit boards by hand.
Most circuit board assembly plants only run large batches of products, but Advanced Assembly found a way to run smaller quantities. The company caters to engineers providing them with them with the exact number of circuit boards they need, in as little as 24 hours. Plus, the Advanced Assembly's engineers help customers spot bugs along the way, using groundbreaking software developed by the company.
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