English We ensure quality. Testwerk offers innovative and highly precise test procedures
for the quality assurance of electronic assemblies.

Full range of test services.

From flying probe contract testing, functional testing and boundary-scan testing to repair services, test fixture design and fabrication…. There are no limits to the requirements for comprehensive test coverage.

Flying Probe In Circuit Test - "Needle proof"!

Time-efficient and reliable testing of complex assemblies without test points or prototypes - easily possible with the help of the flying probe test method! In addition to the usual electronic tests, *testwerk* also offers combinations of different test types to ensure comprehensive technical support for customers.

Boundary Scan Test - On trial…

By means of the boundary scan test, circuits of electronic assemblies can be tested without direct physical access and possible sources of error can be located. The test method is particularly suitable for circuits where the pins of the IC's are not accessible. We are looking forward to advise you regarding your individual needs!

Functional & device testing - Quality assurance made easy!

An important step in the production of electronic assemblies is their functional testing. testwerk offers a wide range of services: from simple functional tests and in-circuit programming to the implementation of complete test instructions.

Test fixture manufacturing - The best adapter solution for every need!

testwerk designs and implements customized test solutions according to your requirements. Our range includes the expansion of in-house and third-party products as well as special solutions.



Development and implementation exactly according to your needs and objectives

We also advise you on testability optimization, re-design and layout optimization of your assemblies.


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    22045 Hamburg


    Phone: +49 (0) 40 / 6 69 09 50-0
    Telefax +49 (0) 40 / 6 69 09 50-29



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