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A through hole PCB assembly is commonly used in military and aerospace applications, as well as industrial and medical equipment. This type of PCB assembly is typically used for very high-temperature or radiation applications where the board needs to be sealed from its environment. Jamindo is an expert PCB assembler that has been designing and manufacturing quality yet low-cost PCB assembly for over 10 years. Our expertise in through hole PCB assembly allows us to provide our customers with the best quality and service.
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How We Provide Through Hole PCBA Service

We offer a wide range of services from basic prototypes to high-volume production, including single-sided, double-sided and multi-layer boards. Using the latest technology, we can meet your requirements for a wide range of products. All materials used in creating a through hole board are in-house manufactured ensuring the quality and reliability of each product. Our facilities are ISO 9001:2008 certified and our engineers are experienced in working with the most complex designs. We can handle small to large volume orders, allowing you to take advantage of the benefits of outsourcing without having to worry about managing your own supply chain.
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Through Hole PCB Manufacturing Process

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The first step in our PCB assembly process is the design of your circuit board. Our engineers will work with you to create a layout that meets the desired specifications of your product.
Step 2

Material Preparation

Once the design is complete, we will prepare all the necessary materials for production. This includes preparing parts such as circuit boards and components.
Step 3

Through Hole Drilling

After materials preparation is complete, we will begin the process of through hole drilling. We will drill holes in all necessary locations on your circuit board to allow for the soldering of components and wires.
Step 4

Mounting Process

The mounting process is where we will mount all components on your circuit board. This includes placing components such as capacitors, resistors and diodes onto their designated pads.
Step 5


Once all required parts have been mounted to the circuit board, we will solder them in place. We will use a special soldering iron and solder to ensure that each connection is as strong as possible.
Step 6


To ensure that your circuit board is functioning properly, we will perform a series of tests. This includes checking all electrical connections and testing the functionality of each component on your circuit board.
Step 7


We use special packaging materials to protect your circuit board during shipping. We will pack your circuit board in a foam box with bubble wrap, peanuts, foam inserts and protective paper.

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Through Hole PCBA Product Applications


Through hole PCBA is used in the production of capacitors. These components are used in a number of electronic devices such as computers, mobile phones and other devices that require high-quality power supply. The through hole PCBAs are designed to withstand high voltage levels and are resistant to electrostatic discharge (ESD).

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Through hole PCBAs are also used for the production of various types of connectors such as D-sub connectors, coaxial connectors and USB connectors among others. These components are easily integrated into different electronic devices such as computers, televisions, radios and mobile phones among others.

Large Transformers

The large transformers found in power plants require through hole PCBA because they have large amounts of current flowing through them at any given time, so they need to be properly insulated against shock or fire hazards which can cause a lot of damage if not handled properly.


Through hole PCBA is one of the most widely used methods in the production of microchips. The reason behind this is that it allows for an effective and efficient way to be able to assemble the chips onto a printed circuit board, which then allows for it to be easily manufactured into many different shapes, sizes and designs.p;/


Another common application for through hole PCBA is with resistors. Resistors are essentially just a component that helps regulate electricity flow in a circuit by using their resistance levels to send signals back and forth between two points in a circuit board.

Electorlytic Capacitors

Electorlytic capacitors are also commonly used in through hole PCBA applications as they can be used in a variety of different ways, including helping regulate the flow of electricity or even as a protective device when it comes to overcharging or overheating.

Trusted Data Through Hole PCBAs

Because of the advancing technology, old techniques such as through hole PCBAsare no longer suitable for today’s needs. However, there are still many companies out there that do not understand the advantages of surface mount technology and how it can improve the performance of your circuit boards. If you need through hole PCBAs for your next project, contact us today!

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One-Stop Solution for PCB Assembly

ISO 9001:2008

With our experience combined with state-of-the-art facilities, Jamindo is proud to offer its clients a one-stop solution for all their printed circuit board needs. No matter what the project entails, we have the tools and the know-how to get it done quickly and efficiently.
Design and Fabrication

As a full-service PCB assembly provider, we offer everything from design and fabrication to assembly and testing.

Wide Range of Services

We offer a wide range of services to meet the specific needs of our clients. From simple prototypes to large-scale production runs, we have the experience and the resources to handle any project.

Superior Quality

At Jamindo, we are committed to providing our clients with superior quality products and services. We use the latest technology and equipment to ensure that our products meet the highest standards of quality and reliability.

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Why Choose Jamindo Through Hole PCB

100% Tested PCBAs

All of our PCBs undergo rigorous testing to ensure that they are fully functional and ready for use. We also have a dedicated quality control team who check each batch of PCBs line by line to make sure that there are no issues with the boards.

Wide Range of Through Hole Components List

We stock a wide range of through hole components including resistors, capacitors and transistors. Our inventory is constantly updated so that we can supply you with the latest components available on the market today.

Fast Turnaround Time

Our high-speed automated SMT lines and experienced workforce means that we can offer fast turnaround times for any type of order, large or small.

Low-Cost PCB Assembly

We provide cost-effective services at affordable prices. Our low-cost PCB assembly services are designed to meet your budget and production needs.

ISO Certified PCB Assembler

Jamindo is ISO 9001:2008 certified, which means we adhere to strict quality control standards while working on your project. This level of certification demonstrates our commitment to providing our customers with high-quality results.

Industry Expert

Our team consists of experts in the field of printed circuit boards, who have been working together for years. They have decades of experience in the industry and know exactly what it takes to make high-quality products using through hole technology.

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FAQs of Through-Hole Circuit Board Assembly Business

Through hole or the thru-hole technology refers to the mounting scheme used to mount components on a PCB. In thru-hole technology, the component leads are inserted into holes in the PCB and soldered to copper pads on the underside of the board. It is one of the oldest methods used in PCB manufacturing today.
Military and aerospace equipment such as aircraft, missiles, and satellites are often built using through hole PCBs. The reason is that these systems need to be very reliable and withstand harsh conditions like high temperatures and radiation. These products also have to be very durable and last a long time.
An assembly operator is someone who assembles products using a variety of tools, like soldering irons and screwdrivers. These operators work in factories where through hole PCBs are manufactured.
THT or the through hole mounting is the process of mounting PCB components with leads using platedholes. The holes are usually plated with gold or tin, and they’re located on both sides of the PCB. This mounting method is used to attach components like resistors, capacitors and diodes to the PCBs.
A combination of abrasive mechanical and chemical processes are used to plate the through holes. The first step is cleaning, where the surface of the PCB is cleaned from any oils, dirt and other contaminants. Next, the copper layer of the PCB is etched away using a chemical called an etchant.
PCB holes interact with each of the PCB layers they pass through. These interactions are necessary for the circuit to work properly. They also provide a pathway for electrical current to flow through your PCB, which is essential for making sure it works as intended.
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