Do you need aerospace PCBs for a government project in Los Gatos? APCT wants to be more than just your manufacturer for printed circuit boards for the military. We want to be your partner in all things PCB. What makes us the perfect partner? We bring the human element to the technology industry. When you order PCBs for the US government, you can rely on clear communication, responsive customer service, and helpful technical support. From your first phone call to final delivery, we are the supplier government organizations and defense contractors can trust for high-quality boards and world-class customer service.
High-Quality PCB for Los Gatos Firms
You need aerospace PCBs in Los Gatos that are strong enough to stand up intense conditions. That’s why we hold our product to the highest standards. For years APCT has been known as a dependable source for first-rate rigid printed circuit boards. With our acquisition of Cirtech in January 2018, we are now able to produce Mil-Spec certified Rigid, Flex, and Rigid-Flex PCB that will withstand extreme changes in temperature and pressure. Our Orange facility is AS9100D certified as well as ISO 9001 Certified. Of course, since our manufacturing site is in Southern California, we strictly adhere to NADCAP and all applicable regulations. Whether you need printed circuit boards for the military or for a private aerospace program, turn to APCT.
The best part about partnering with APCT for your aerospace PCBs in Los Gatos? Our team in Orange, CA has decades of experience working with aerospace and defense firms. Our knowledgeable engineers have valuable insight into making sure your design is robust to manufacture and properly produced. Our meticulous QA team practices quality control at every step of the process, so you know that the final product will perform precisely how you need it to. You can count on us to answer highly technical questions, assist you with design review, and provide helpful feedback in a timely manner. Call today to order printed circuit boards for you next project.