Our ISO 9002 standards specify our boards must conform to IPC-A-600 Class 2.
We need to have complete job files and authority to proceed, usually in the form of a purchase order or email authorization, by 10:00 AM Pacific (PST) time for that day to count as a working day for the board production. So, if we have files and a go-ahead for a 5 day turn by 10 AM Monday morning, the boards would be ready by the end of the day on the following Friday. This is for turns of 5 days or more. Weekends do not count as working days.
For quickturn jobs of 5 days or more, see above answer. For turns of less than 5 days, it works on a 24 hour basis, so a 3 day turn would be 72 hours, a 2 day turn 48 hours, and a 1 day turn is 30 hours. If we begin production at 11 AM Monday morning for a 2 day turn, the order should be ready by 11 AM Wednesday morning. Weekends do not count as working days.
Yes, Omni does accept payment by Credit Card and our credit terms are as follows:
A $25 service charge is levied on dishonoured cheques.
Yes, when your production quantities increase, we are ready to help with offshore sourcing. Our long-term relationships with offshore sourcing, which is available in White Tin, HASL and ENIG finishes, ensures you receive time sensitive, cost effective and quality assured circuit boards right to your door.
Yes, Omni provides a Prototyping service for both boards and panels that meet no-tooling standard parameters.
A freight weight estimator can be found by following this link:freight estimator.
Yes, when you request an extended turn, Omni provides a 5% discount. Contact us for details.