Our offer


From Prototyping to Short Series Production

Choosing our services in area of prototyping and production of electronic devices means partnering with a team committed to excellence and innovation. We offer:

  • Comprehensive Support: From initial concept to final production, we provide end-to-end support for your product development.
  • Expert Team: Our experienced engineers and technicians are dedicated to delivering high-quality solutions that meet your specific needs.
  • Cutting-Edge Technology: We utilize the latest tools and technologies to ensure that your product is built to the highest standards.


We will make your ideas come to life.  Our technical staff together with the team of qualified engineers, paired with a modern assembly line are the key to the highest quality of assembling electronic devices of any kind. Creating a prototype is a crucial step in product development, allowing for the validation of designs and functionalities before proceeding to mass production. This step is vital for identifying any potential issues early in the process, saving both time and resources.

As specialists with many years of experience, we decided to use the most modern method of vapor soldiering with the use of the Galden fumes. This technique ensures 100% reliability from the first assembly attempt, which is very important, especially for the short series of prototypes with a limited amount of provided PCBs. The mechatronics we use allow us to assemble SMD 0201 elements, so we can meet every demand. Moreover, IDO Electronics prioritizes good contact with a client and guarantees the production of prototypes of the best quality.

Benefits of a Testable Prototype

  • Risk Reduction: By validating your design through a prototype, you can identify and address any flaws or improvements needed, significantly reducing the risk of costly errors in later stages.
  • Investor Confidence: A tangible prototype can help attract investors by providing a clear demonstration of your product’s potential and viability.
  • Enhanced Design: Prototyping allows for iterative testing and refinement, ensuring that the final product is user-friendly and meets market expectations.
Prototyping with us:

Own prototype assembly line

Prototypes finished within a very short time

Even small batches of products

Pick&Place M10V - SMD 0201

High-reliability soldiering

Help of experienced team

Assembly recommendations


Our panelisation process is designed to reduce time and costs. By efficiently arranging multiple PCBs on a single panel, we can maximize material usage and minimize waste, leading to more cost-effective production.

  • The maximum size of the mounted panel is 290 x 290 mm or 260 x 320 mm.
  • Recommended panel dimensions are <150 x 280 mm.
  • For thin PCBs (h <1mm) or flexible ones (a large number of cutters/cutouts), narrower templates are recommended.
  • The minimum PCB thickness is 0.8 mm. Less than 0.8 mm assembly is possible only for small PCBs.
  • Double-sided panels should have a 7mm wide frame or, if there is no frame, the elements should be the same distance from the edge of the PCB.
  • Each panel should have at least 2 fiducials.
  • The individual PCBs in the panel should be arranged in the same orientation.

P&P laying accuracy

Laying accuracy is better than:

  • +/- 0.08 mm,
  • Element rotation every 0.1°.


  • The delivered elements should be clearly described on the packaging, by the name appearing on the BOM.
  • Elements should be delivered with a 5% supply, in the case of large/expensive chips, the supply should be equal to 2-4 pcs.
  • Any unused items will be returned to the customer.
  • The smallest supported cases are 0201, BGA pitch 0.4mm.
  • The maximum height of elements in the case of double-sided assembly is 15mm.
  • Elements should be delivered in factory packagings such as tapes, trays, or canes. It is possible to mount components loose, provided that they do not require polarization.
  • Due to the use of a condensing oven, components with contraindications (e.g. pressure sensors, etc.) should not be installed. It is possible to protect them with kapton tape, but in this case we are not responsible for any damage to the element.


Along with the order, the following documents should be provided at least 3 days before the planned assembly:

  • BOM with a list of all elements containing:
    • element designators,
    • value,
    • part number,
    • type of enclosure,
    • number of elements.
  • Assembly drawing with arrangement diagram for all elements, designators, and outline.
  • PCB paste file, a common paste file is required for the entire panel surface.
  • Gerber files for external copper layers: Top and Bottom.
  • Pick & Place file with the coordinates of elements preferably in .CSV format. Each line must contain:
    • element designator,
    • value or PN,
    • casing type,
    • x and y coordinates of the elements,
    • rotation angle,
    • mounting side.
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