Attach preassembled components to printed circuit boards.
What does a Printed Circuit Board Preassembler do?
Attaches preassembled components, such as terminal pins, connectors, and labels, to printed circuit boards and stamps identification codes on boards preparatory to further assembly: Examines PCB’s for illegible issue numbers and removes and restamps numbers, using eraser and handstamp. Reads work specifications to determine type of labels, components, and locations on PCB’s to attach items. Cuts component pins to specified length, using wire cutters, inserts pins in specified holes on PCB’s, and secures pins to PCB’s, using holding block and hammer or pneumatically powered stamping device. Affixes labels and tape to boards and stamps identification codes on boards.