Exposure Machine
Drilling Machine-Schmoll
PTH Line
Solderability Preservative
Automatic Lamination
Roll To Roll
Inner Brown Oxide Line
CNC Routing Machine
Laser Direct Imaging
Immersion Line
PCB Assembly
Automatic Loader
Screen Printer
High Speed Chips Mounter
Multifunction IC Mounter
Automatic Unloader
BGA Rework Machine
Electron Microscope
Bake Oven
Oven Temperature Tester
PCB Design
Parts Sourcing
CEC Port
RS Compenents
AOI Inspection
Wave Soldering
Wave Soldering
Anti-Corrosion Paint
Anti-Corrosion Paint
Fixture Custom
Fixture Custom
LCD Screen Custormization
LCD Screen Custormization
Stainless Steel Machining
Carbon Fibre
PCB Design

When customers are in need of our PCB Design, we are able to work on their designs around the clock (24 hours a day) and therefore, NexLogic is the first choice of engineers with time-critical designs. Our capability, experience and expertise effectively support our customers and their most complex PCB designs and pressing deadlines.
Whether we lay your board out at our facility or yours (ask about our on-site, nationwide service), you can expect the same premier service that has created our growing number of loyal design customers.
PCB Design Expertise
NexLogic has extensive expertise in printed circuit board design layout. We respond to our client’s requirements and deliver high quality solutions such as multi-layer boards, analog and digital, differential pairs, controlled impedance and ultra high-speed designs.
Whether you are a start-up who is prototyping a design, or an established organization requiring multi-layer circuit board designs, our designers are just a phone call away.



PCB Design Quote
Accurate PCB Design quotes are contingent upon our receipt of comprehensive, accurate quote materials. Although we once generated a quote from a hand drawn schematic on a lunch napkin, ideally, we’d like to have as much of the following as possible.
Design Quote Requirements
Bill of Materials
Board Size
Preferred Number of Layers
Desired Lead Time (Standard is 1-4 weeks, depending on complexity)



PCB Design Services


NexLogic has expertise in board design layout of multi-layer (any layer count) boards. Below is a list of our capabilities. We partner and work with industry standard tools from companies like Mentor Graphics and Cadence.

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Differential & Controlled Impedance
Matched Length Traces
Differential Pairs
Signal Integrity
Multilayer (Any Layer Count) Designs
Analog & Digital Designs
Micro-BGA and BGA
Ultra High Speed Designs
Flex Circuits
Netlist Translation
Design For Manufacturability
Design For Test
We can work at your facility
Ask about our on-site PCB service (nationwide)
CAD Platforms

PADS PowerPCB (PCB Layout)
Cadence Allegro
Spectra Autoruner
Orcad (Schematic Capture)

Fabrication drawings
Assembly drawings
Allegro or PADS database
Gerber data
Drill files


Printed Circuit Board Design for Assembly (DFA) is critical to OEMs who outsource PCBs for design and manufacturing. If correctly performed, it shortens the product cycle, minimizes development cost, and ensures a smooth transition into production from prototype stages. Unfortunately, an OEM product engineering team often accelerates design and development cycles and fails to place emphasis on high volume production considerations such as fixtures, casting, or extrusions, for example. In cases like these, PCB prototype engineers intend to quickly get the product on a test bench, to do proof of concept validation rather than emphasizing Design for Assembly (DFA) considerations.

The prudent approach is to first examine the volume production considerations. The main reason is there are different DFA considerations related to prototype PCB assembly versus production PCB assembly. Each requires a different design skill set and equipment. If the right approach isn’t used, costs can escalate, and debugging the product can be costly, as well. At PCB prototype levels, validity of the circuitry and functionality of the circuit board is far more important than the testability and manufacturing guidelines that are necessary to implement at the PCB production level to make the production smooth and flawless.

The first article approval of PCB is the initial most important step toward effective PCB Design for Assembly. An OEM approved first article PCB proves valuable in answering all questions relating to manufacturing, assembly and test. It is the “proof of concept” before a PCB order goes into production, even if quantities are small, like less than 10 to 50. The first article ensures that the transition into production volumes is smooth with few to no questions left un-answered. Plus, for the OEM, smooth transition to production means key market demands such as time-to-market, quality, reliability, product delivery, and the very critical time-to-revenue are met.



PCB Design for Test (DFT)

Design-for-test or DFT takes into account several major and minor considerations at the design layout stage. In this limited webpage space, the key ones are described. However, the overall DFT success for 90 percent plus test coverage relies heavily on implementing all these critical design considerations.

Initially, the PCB design engineer should lay out all test points on one side of the board. Another consideration is maintaining minimum test point distance from one test point to another. There should be a minimum distance of 100 ml., accounting for about 2.54 millimeters so that probes can perform their job properly.

Test point distribution is important, as well. A high density of test points or clusters should be avoided. Test points should be uniformly distributed throughout the board, making it easier to test with multiple probes and not having to rely on a specific area for all the probes to concentrate on. Moreover, there should be a free zone or a safe zone designated as a keep out area.

While doing the layout and when feasible, it is a good idea to consider using standard commercial electronic modules, which are available for testing.

However, if there are redundant modules, are they being laid out so that they can be tested independently? Put another way, if there’s a fault in one module and not in the second, third and fourth, each module should be available for independent testing. Accessibility to each address and data and bus line is important.

The PCB designer must determine whether or not system level feedback loops are de-controllable. Also, while the board is being tested, are all system and subsystem specs made available? Also, test probe nodes should have access to one test node. Every separate node should have one test point and maybe multiple points.



Engineering Services
Product Development Services:
We undertake projects from concept to mass production.we can help customers drive to completion any portion of engineering work during their product development cycle. We help in evaluating and selecting key components of both hardware and software, schematics capture of target board/system, PCB Layout services, FPGA deign and coding, developing firmware and software for target system, developing BSP for target board and etc., We have working knowledge and experience with of all popular 8/16/32 bit SoC hardware and key io interfaces like WiFi, BLE, ZigBee, LoRa, LTE, HDMI, USB, CSI, DSI, LVDS, 1G and 10G networking interface, and camera image sensors,. Our Software expertise is in the design and development of Linux, Andriod, and WinCE BSPs and its applications.
Hardware Design Services:
High performance embedded system design using advance microntrollers
Wireless: WiFI, BT, ZigBee, LoRA, and LTE
Integration of camera, HID devices and displays
Board bring-up testing and validation
Software Design Services:
Linux, Andrioid, and WinCE platforms expertise
Custom BSP development for target systems
Develop software test development software stress testing.
Manufacturing test development and product testing service
FPGA Design Services:
RTL development
System Architecture Design
Test Bench design
Firmware of software development on target hw systems
Manufacturing Services:
Prototype through Mass Production services
Turnkey Products

What percentage of the board is to be hand-routed versus auto-routed?
Special routing instructions