Through Hole Technology Process (Auto Insert)


Through-hole technology, also spelled ” thru-hole “, refers to the mounting scheme used for electronic components that involves the use of leads on the components that are inserted into holes drilled in printed circuit boards (PCB) and soldered to pads on the opposite side either by manual assembly almost completely replaced earlier electronics assembly techniques such as point to point construction. From the second generation of computers in the 1950s until surface mount technology (SMT) became popular in the late 1980s, every component on a typical PCB was a through-hole component.

PT. VS Technology Indonesia served with axial, radial, Jumper and Eyelet insertion process which can provide 20 million point per month

  • Production Area

    405 m²

  • Jumper Machine Facilities

    2 unit :

    1. Panasonic machine JVK-2 : 1 unit
    2. Panasonic machine JVK-2B : 1 unit
  • Axial Line Facilities

    4 line:

    1. Panasonic machine AVK-2B : 2 unit
    2. Panasonic machine AVK-3B : 2 unit
  • Radial Line Facilities

    5 line :

    1. Panasonic machine RHS-2B : 2 unit
    2. Panasonic machine RH-3 : 2 unit
    3. Panasonic machine RHU : 1 unit
  • Monthly Capacity

    20 million point/month