PHOENIX, AZ—(Marketwired - May 08, 2013) -
Suntron Corporation, a leader in integrated electronics manufacturing systems (EMS), will showcase its manufacturing capabilities for mission critical defense applications and its "Design for x..." (DFx) approach at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) 2013. The event will be held May 14-16, 2013 at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, FL, and Suntron will be at booth #414.
Suntron will highlight its superior manufacturing capabilities, which include box build, printed circuit board assembly, and large scale system integration. With AS9100/NADCAP certified and ITAR registered facilities, Suntron's processes and resources are aligned to meet defense industry requirements for high-reliability products with long product life cycles in a high mix, low to medium volume manufacturing environment.
Suntron's in-depth analysis of manufacturing and testing are services structured to help defense customers save money, time, and resources. Suntron's capabilities include design for manufacturability (DFM) and design for testability (DFT), allowing companies to foresee future manufacturing and processing issues before they become financial and managerial problems. They provide an additional, objective engineering resource for customer Engineering Design teams to mitigate or avoid otherwise unforeseen issues.
Suntron supports a range of platforms including JSF, F-22, IED Jammers, JTRS, various missile programs, UAS, and UGS. From data links, ground stations, intrusion detection systems, and missile subsystems, to tank turret solutions, landing systems, communication and navigation systems, or unmanned ground vehicles, Suntron employs a mission-assurance approach to process controls, assuring repeatability and performance.
About Suntron Corporation:
Suntron delivers complete manufacturing services and solutions for high reliability products used in safety and mission critical, and productivity and monitoring devices for the aerospace and defense, medical, industrial, networking and telecommunications, and semiconductor capital equipment markets. Suntron provides engineering services, printed circuit board assembly, box build, large scale and complex system integration, and testing services. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, Suntron also operates a full service facility in Tijuana, Mexico. For more information about Suntron capabilities: www.suntroncorp.com