QCircuits Backgrounder

Our History: QCircuits, Inc., originally called Bel-Tronics, was founded in 1953 by Tom Wright. He led the company with a zest for manufacturing excellence and a penchant for solving customers’ challenges. He established a manufacturing facility in Flora, Illinois, with headquarters in the Chicago area.

In 2007, Jeff Cosman purchased the company, re-energizing the company’s mission to provide custom electronic assemblies that will take customers’ ideas from concept to reality. The name was changed to QCircuits in 2007 to reflect the company’s new leadership and emphasis on quality.

Employees: With approximately 50 employees, most of whom are in the Flora manufacturing facility, QCircuits has the capability to assist customers with everything from design and engineering to short- run manufacturing and testing.

In some cases, long-term manufacturing makes sense for customers. QCircuits can help customers make an unbiased decision about manufacturing locally or off-shore.

QCircuit employees are highly skilled with impressive experience—the average Flora employee has more than 20 years of experience.

Capabilities: The company excels in board assembly, box build, magnetics and engineering. The Flora manufacturing facility has the capabilities to produce:

Through-hole, surface mount and combination
circuit board assembly
Coil winding
Standard and RoHS soldering