Clean Room Assembly

Macfab provides integrated assembly, kitting and packaging solutions – all done on-site. Our cleanroom is designed to exceed ISO standard 14644-1 Class 7 for cleaning, assembly, and testing your subassembly before arrival at your facility.

Macfab’s strategic investment in this area is to allow delivery of a complete solution to our customers, including cleanroom assembly of components. Our customers have lower costs, less supply chain risk, and improved component and subassembly integration into their operations.

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What’s inside our cleanroom

A cleanroom is a generic term. What separates Macfab from other manufacturers is their strategic choice of equipment to allow for installation within their facility. The first step involves having multiple part cleaning processes available, allowing our engineers to select the optimal solution. With assembly equipment, our operators can put together parts by hand, under a magnifying glass, or even microscopes. Macfab has invested in different testing equipment to validate the assemblies before shipment. As the parts are ready to ship to our customers, we have vacuum packaging equipment to keep them clean during transit.

The sum of the parts generates value for you

Macfab has invested in industry-leading equipment inside our cleanroom. We aim to save time, streamline your internal assembly needs, and reduce total part or sub-assembly stock-keeping units (SKUs). All these efforts will provide a direct cost reduction on your part price. Furthermore, by leveraging Macfab’s turnkey solutions, you’ll see even greater cost savings. It’s all part of a custom-developed solution designed in collaboration with your team. We support your product specifications and production requirements.

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Supply chain risk

Having multiple operations at different suppliers makes it difficult to mitigate the risks associated with scheduling disruptions or in-transit damage to your components. How much simpler would your workflows be if you could manage and store a single sub-assembly instead of 30 or 40 components? Here lies the value and convenience of leveraging Macfab’s fully equipped facilities and experienced staff.

Imagine having a 40-component sub-assembly arrive complete because you could access the following capabilities through Macfab:

  • Cleanroom assembly
  • Microscopic assembly
  • Assembly testing, including operational/functional and helium leak testing
  • Vacuum packaging
  • Kitting
  • Inventory management

Macfab is not only a manufacturing and assembly supplier. We offer vendor-managed inventory services to reduce supply-chain risks for our customers.