Eastek International makes a difference for our customers through everyday excellence. That means delivering high-quality and low-cost products on-time and on budget. It also means advocating for our customers as they make products that are used for the betterment of others. This is what motivates our employees and leadership to work as hard as possible each day. To stay ahead of the curve, we are constantly improving our processes and updating our knowledge base with leaner manufacturing methodologies and practices.
WHY CHOOSE EASTEK?
Our mission is simple: to enable our customers to be their most successful. We do this by utilizing our U.S. and China manufacturing expertise and global resources to efficiently provide our customers with the highest quality, most cost-effective product, on time and on-budget.
● Since 1990, Eastek, an American owned and operated company with facilities in U.S., China, and Europe, has provided world-class manufacturing services from DFM support through distribution with our global footprint.
● As a vertically integrated contract manufacturer, Eastek delivers electromechanical sub-assemblies and complete custom products.
● Eastek is a trusted partner for many Fortune 500 companies that require manufacturing for complex, low and high volume production all over the world.
Eastek Operates with O.N.E. V.O.I.C.E.
We are constantly improving our processes in order to be more efficient, with the goal of delivering higher quality, better customer service, and an overall better optimized product to our customers on-time and on-budget.
esign For Manufacturing and Design for Assembly are the integration of product design and process planning into one: Design for Manufacturability (DFM). Design for Assembly is concerned with reducing product assembly cost: minimizing number of assembly operations and individual parts tend to be more complex in design. Design for Manufacturing is concerned with reducing overall part production cost: minimizing the complexity of manufacturing operations. Together, the overall objective is to design a product that is as easily and economically manufactured as possible. The importance of DFM is emphasized by the fact that about 70% of manufacturing costs of a product (cost of materials, processing, and assembly) are determined by design decisions. In very simple terms, applying a good DFM integration should reduce the cost and difficulty of manufacturing altogether.
EASTEK INTERNATIONAL specializes in DFM. We provide complete DFM support, ensuring your products can be produced at the lowest cost, with the highest efficiency, and the shortest-time-to-market. Eastek’s engineering team places emphasis on defect prevention and non-value added process step elimination by analyzing the design data package for common errors relating to the BOM selection, PCB design, and manufacturing materials/processes used to assemble the customer’s product.
- Assembly Materials Selection
- Availability/ Alternative Selection
- BOM Analysis
- Component Placement for SMT
- Component Review
- Fabrication Note Review
- Fiducials for Automated Assembly
- Form/Fit Requirements
- Test Point Access
- Land Pattern Review
- Manufacturing Process Parameters
- PWA Manufacturing Analysis
- PWB Depanelization Requirements
- PWB Drawing Review
- Silkscreen Identifiers
- Soldermask Clearance
OUR CORE MANUFACTURING CAPABILITIES
- Electro-Mechanical Assemblies
- Turnkey | Box Build Prototype *
- Vertical Integration
- Capacity for Building 30 to 50 Tools in Parallel
- In-house Plastics, Stampings, & Windings
- In-House Printed Circuit Board Assembly
* 2-3 Weeks After Last Part Arrival Date
- U.S. Quick-Turn Prototypes**
- Promise Date Confirmation: 3 Days (with Supply Chain Agreement in Place)
- Labor Only*
- Single & Double Sided Assemblies
- 0201 – Fine Pitch – BGA Capabilities
- In-Circuit, Functional Testing
- Automated Opitcal Inspection
- Automated Through Hole Tech
- 5 SMT Lines
*2-3 Weeks After Last Part Arrival Date
**3-5 Days After Last Part Arrival Date
- 2014: Running 31 Molding Machines at 62%
- 2015: Running 38 Molding Machines at 68%
- 2016: 39 Injection Molding Presses
- Molding Range: 50 to 550 Tons
- Insert Molding & Over-Molding
- Multi-shot & Rotary Table Presses
- Vertical & Horizontal Presses
- Prototype Single Cavity Mold Fabrication
- Secondary Products Done In-House
- Silk Screening
- Pad Printing
- EMI Shielding
***21 Days From Part Design Approval to Delivery
- 2014 Total Number of Tools Completed: 79
- 2015: Total Number of Tools Completed: 214
- Capacity to Build 30 – 50 Tools in Parallel
- Quick-Turn Prototype Tools
- In-House Design
- In-House Maintenance
- 60 Master Tool Technicians
- Hot Runner System
- Tool(s) Built to USA & China Standards
- Tools for T4C and T4E
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