Electronic repairs ( PCB’s ) are complex? Yes they are!….more today than ever before, but despite how severely damaged they may be, they can be repaired! Circuit board repair is our speciality. We say can be repaired, it’s a challenge to repair boards that have been tampered with in the workplace so best to explain to us what has happened with them if you can! Sending us an image in the first instance, with an explanation of what has happened would really help us out in determining what might be wrong with it. At Greasley Electronics we love a challenge!
A few years ago, printed circuit boards were much simpler and electronic repairs were relatively easy. Today’s PC boards have fine pitch components, ball grid arrays and fine line circuits making them a challenge to repair! However now we are driven by simple economics and must repair damaged printed circuit boards whenever possible. Greasley Electronics repair PCB’s that might otherwise be consigned to scrap.
Because of its high demands, PCB board electronic repair has been accurately compared to surgery, some will need a stitch or two while others will need open heart surgery? To expect a reliable outcome, each repair project must follow proven and well established procedures! Whether repairing surface mount pads or repairing damaged internal circuitry, Greasley’s repair technician’s have the technical knowledge and manual skills needed for high reliability repair and rework, the repair specialists are experts and have repaired thousands of PCB boards!
Since today’s circuit board repair procedures are more sophisticated than ever before, we use the very latest procedures and technology, we are able to offer PCB Modification and final test and assembly. If you would like to send us an image of the circuit board, drop us a line here – https://www.greasley.co.uk/contact-us/ and we can see how we can help. Our prices are fixed and dependant upon time taken and parts needed we can let you have a quotation almost immediately.
Electronic Repairs ( PCB’s ) are complex? Yes, they can be!…
If you would like a meeting on zoom to discuss any repairs and ask any questions, contact me here to arrange a quick chat at a time convenient for you when we are back on January 4th 2021 –