Details of Workshops and Assembly Lines
TIP, Situated in Haripur, in close proximity to CPEC route , Hazara Express, 70 Km north of Islamabad. TIP offers a wide range of integrated manufacturing facilities with workshops equipped with Hi-Tech machinery & skilled manpower.
Premises & Infra-structure
Being situated in close proximity to CPEC, TIP has a vast horizon of opportunities. In addition, TIP has vast halls, equipped with industrial connections for electricity, gas, water supply, compressed air supply and relevant machinery, are ideal for manufacturing/ assembling activities.
1. Printed Circuit Boards Manufacturing
TIP PCB is one of the industry's best and most reliable high technology quick turn PCB manufacturing sources in Pakistan. Our PCB manufacturing process, certified by ISO, utilizes hi-tech facilities with team of qualified engineers and experienced inspectors and is carried out in clean room environment. That’s why we can quickly deliver state-of-the-art PCBs and unique engineering solutions of unmatched quality at highly affordable prices.
TIP PCB can meet all your raw unpopulated PCB requirements. Our partners specialize in manufacturing high quality PCB's for surface mount technology and Chip on Board applications. Currently, we provide, Flexible, Double and Single sided PCBs. We do fine line circuits, small holes, and very thin boards for high technology applications.
2. Plastic Parts Manufacturing
TIP Plastics manufacturing is providing plastic injection, molded parts, and all related inspection services to customers at competitive pricing in the telecommunications, medical, electronic/electrical, automotive, and personal care industries among others.
TIP Plastics' mission is to combine traditional craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology in designing and producing the highest quality tooling and plastic injection molded products, and to create long-term partnerships built on open communication and reliable performance.
We operate state-of-the-art CNC tooling equipment and molding presses.
3. Thick Film Manufacturing
TIP is a leading specialist in the design and manufacture of Thick Film Hybrid microelectronic assemblies.
Ideal for use in environments where a high level of reliability is required, Thick Film Hybrids can withstand a much wider temperature range and have much higher durability than conventional PCB assemblies. Most often, Thick Film technology is used in aerospace, and automotive applications, but its’ durable and reliable properties are starting to appeal to a broader market, and the demand for such skill and knowledge is ever growing.
Thick Film Hybrid circuits are made using a print, fire & trim (P, F & T) technique, with a combination of multi-layer screen printing of precious and semi-precious metals (Au, Ag, Pd) and firing of tracks and precision resistors onto a range of ceramic substrates. Surface mount components and components with wire bonding can also be incorporated, and optional full encapsulation provides greater protection from wearing.
• High reliability for harsh environment applications
• Flexibility to choose precise resistor values with active laser trimming
• High Voltage (HV) resistors
• Extended temperature range performance
• Improved thermal management with thermally conductive substrates
• Excellent high-frequency performance
• Low start-up costs and fast lead-time to prototype
4. Energy Meter Assembly
5. Thermosetting Plastic Shop
6. Metal works
Manufacture of different kinds of metal parts on CNC piercing/ blanking, punching, bending, turning, milling, grinding, welding machines. Aluminum die-casting is also available in TIP. Manufactured parts are given appropriate / desired surface treatment by painting /plating (zinc, nickel, chrome, copper etc.). Heat treatment / hardening facilities for metal parts is also available
7. Tool Manufacturing
Manufacture of plastic molding tools, Cutting/punching/bending compound tools for sheet metal work. Our tool making equipment includes:
· CNC Machining Centers
· CNC Electric Discharge Machines
· High-speed CNC Milling Machines
· Milling Machines
· Wire Cut Machines
· Precision Surface Grinding Machines
· Automated Precision Coordinate Measuring Machines
· Drilling Machines
· Grinding Machines
· Boring Machines
· Lathe Machines
8. Surface Treatment
All the mechanical parts are treated to ensure durability in different climatic conditions. This includes zinc, nickel, chrome, copper plating and vast variety of painting etc.
9. Styropore Molding
Capacity to manufacture all types and sizes of styropore packing.
10. Electronic Circuits assembly
We can assemble THT / SMT electronic circuits with high accuracy and speed in ESD and clean room environment. The quality of the work is checked at every position. Finishing, cabling & mounting of assembled circuits in housings can also be done.
11. Wood Works
Basically used to make wooden packing for Electronic and Mechanical equipment for inland and foreign freights, TIP’s wood works remained engaged in manufacture of office furniture including different kinds of tables, chairs, cabinets, office cabins, wooden / glass partitions
12. Training Shop
Training Department was established as a part of TIP and apprentices training was started according to the required technologies i.e. Draughtsman, Tool Maker, Electro mechanics and machinists of those days. Training courses were prepared which are being upgraded from time to time.
The Government of Pakistan promulgated apprenticeship Ordinance in the year 1962, the minimum 20% of the total number of persons employed in apprenticeable fields in the factory should be trained every year according to the law. This law was implemented in TIP in the year 1966.
With the transfer of latest technology in Telecommunication by Siemens Germany to TIP in the Year 1980, Training Department also updated its training programmes with the introduction of two new trades i.e. Electronics Technician & Telecommunication Electronics Technician.
History of Trades and Training’s
· The following table shows the year of introduction of different trades in Training Department.
· Tool Makers 1954
· Draughtsman and Electro-mechanics 1959
· Fitter Trade Training 1963
· Machinist training 1964
· Last batch of Fitter 1976
· Electronic Technician 1984
· Telecommunication Electronic Technician 1993
· All these fields go for a three-year training.
· Tool Setter (two year course) 1958 to 1968
· Installer 1974 to 1985
Apprentices Trained (1952 to 2007)
Since the inception of training department till 2007, the training department trained 1915 technicians in various trades as detailed below.
13. Research & Development
14. Container and Tower for Communication / Power