Core Principles


Accutronics was founded on the principles of providing customers with the highest level of quality, expertise and service in the industry. We are not just another EMS provider, but a true collaborative partner. Our goal is to add value to our customers' business and strive to provide exceptional quality and service in every facet of electronics manufacturing.

From NPI to medium-volume, high-mix production, we offer services in SMT, through-hole, box build and cable assemblies. Our dedicated NPI lines allow us to maintain flexibility and speed during rapid prototyping while our production lines ensure continuity of repeat orders. We can also help with all your rework needs, from removing and replacing BGAs, fine pitch, QFN, LGA or other types of rework, to functional and flying probe testing.

Located just 25 miles north of Boston, in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, Accutronics is independently owned and operated and serves a wide range of industries. Regardless of your location, our program management, engineering and assembly teams are ready to assist, whenever and however needed. For local customers, we offer free pickup and delivery.

Contact us today to see how we can help.


“I have been using Accutronics for all of my assembly and PCB fabrication for several years now.  I have been very pleased with their attention to detail on each project regardless of size.  Each of our boards come in on time and I can count on there being no assembly errors.  In the past, we had a hard time finding a shop that could build small numbers of PCB assemblies in a quick turn.  Either we did not have the volume to interest a larger CM or the smaller CM could not give the consistent quality we needed.  Accutronics has been able to fill our small quick turn orders as well as some our higher volume orders.  In the rare case where we found a problem with the assembly, they worked as a partner in tracing the root cause instead of trying to point fingers.  I look forward to continuing our relationship for the foreseeable future.”

David Nichols, Hardware Engineer, Odic Inc.