Box Build and Custom Enclosure Assembly
Box build assembly, or systems integration, extends to a broad range of electromechanical operations. PGF Technology Group utilizes box build assembly for the installation of sub-assemblies, enclosure fabrication, and the routing of wire harnesses or cables for our customers.
Box Build Enclosure Types
Our team offers clients an array of enclosure and enclosure mount varieties to select from, including:
Box Build Processes and Methods
PGF Technology is a full service solutions provider that will take your assemblies from prototype to full production. We can assemble via a variety of processes, and our clients can always count on us to perform the assembly process quickly and accurately. We rely on sub-level product assembly, system-level assembly, and standard product assembly to meet customer needs and exceed expectations.
We also offer testing as a part of our assembly services. Dependent on client needs, our staff may test in accordance with In-Circuit Test (ICR), functional, final, environmental, and burn-in standards. We also offer software loading and product configuration to ensure customers can focus on other aspects of their work.
PGF Technology manages warehousing, order management and fulfillment, packaging, and labeling. We pursue the utmost quality and act as a responsive partner during these phases. Throughout this process, we rely on industry-leading equipment to ensure work quality. Our equipment:
- Features fully automated wire processing capabilities
- Wide range of equipment for cable and harness assemblies
- Includes a variety of top-tier machinery
- Schleunigers Crimp Center 36S, Coax Strip 5300, Rotary Strip 2400, Unit Strip 2300, OmnioStrip 9450, OmniStrip 9400, JS 8300, Multistrip 9480
Products such as electronics and harnesses are becoming more complex while simultaneously getting smaller. This makes the assembly process more difficult for manual labor. With each new assembly, we implement state-of-the-art automation wherever we can in all steps of the process to provide a high-quality assembly at a low cost. This lets us deliver the best practices and standards to our customers.
PGF Technology prides itself on having the capabilities to work with a vast range of industries. Our clients come from the aerospace, automotive, construction, medical, food production, and military sectors, among many others.
Our Dedication to Superior Customer Service
PGF is committed to providing our clients with superior customer service, quality assurance, support, and testing for every design. Our testing services include a thorough functionality test of all circuitry and final testing of points. We also offer customer-specific testing based on our clients’ software and any proprietary information they load. With our experience in manufacturing and supply chain, we deliver a reliable and cost-effective product that meets our customers’ needs.
Our team provides additional quality services intended to enhance clients’ satisfaction and peace of mind, such as:
- IPC 610 & 620-trained personnel
- IPC J-STD-001D Class 2 and 3 trained personnel
- ISO 9001:2015 Quality Certification
- ISO13485 Quality Certification
- Labeling and barcoding
Our personnel are trained to meet stringent industry standards set by ANSI, AS, DOT, FDA, Mil-Spec to ensure our products are safe and effective for customers.
PGF Technology is committed to offering the highest quality products in the industry. We use valued principles throughout the company to improve manufacturing efficiency and deliver effective products to our customers. Our team is built on problem solvers who are focused on continually driving improvements in delivery, cost, and quality.
If your organization requires box build assembly services, contact us today or request a quote for further information. A member of our staff will consider your unique and individualized needs before beginning your project.
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