First, the software program of the watch as well as the program of the TP touch screen are burned within the watch and turned-on via a switch. This switch is the control for the power/the power-switch. Lastly, the main program software is programmed into the IC which controls the data, and this data is transmitted to each above-mentioned terminal (the software program and TP touch screen) to start the function.
The Production Process
1. Material Acquisition and Pre-Production
The first step is purchasing the materials we will need to make the manual, the plastic elements of the smart watch, the USB cable, the silicone strap, and the packaging boxes. We ensure these are all in strict accordance with every environmental standard by purchasing from trusted suppliers we can rely on to sell us quality materials. Once we have everything needed we transfer these purchased materials to the Quality Control (QC) department for inspection of all incoming materials. Everything is looked at from the manual which is examined to be sure the product directions are correct to the packaging box, so as to know it is not easily ripped or damaged. The camera is closely looked at too so that we can be sure it will work effectively. Our QC department makes sure everything meets our high standards and anything judged to be below our desired level of quality is not placed on the production line. Only once QC has examined something and approved it will it move to the production department.
2. Main Production Process
（1） ABS Plastic Case
Once the color has been selected for the watch case according to the International color number, the ABS material is prepared and then poured within the injection molding machine with a watch mold in place. It dissolves at a high temperature and forms the needed mold. After between 2 and 3 hours the indicator light of the injection molding machine will activate, thereby indicating that the case of the watch has been successfully produced and needs to be removed from the machine. This temperature of the watch shell is generally very high, so it needs to be cooled within cold water to make sure the shape of the case is permanent. Once cooling is done, the case’s trim is cut and smoothed to be sure no sharp edges are present which could scratch children.
First, the purchased motherboard (which QC has inspected) is sent to the SMT department where the placement machine attaches the needed small electronic materials and can fix them via a reflow oven. Then the game machine’s brain/ IC is inserted via solid crystal machine fixing. The binding machine proceeds to enter the function of the game console and the test rack is used to test the board’s game functions. If there is a defect found these are removed to be repaired. Finally, the IC is sealed with a black glue and then placed within the oven for high temperature fixing to protect the chip inside. With this process done the worker plugs the plug into the PCBA and the plug is then hardened and affixed in a furnace at temperatures of up to 260-300 degrees. After this it goes to the cutting area to cut off any leftover material on the plug-in and then the PCBA is polished through the automatic tin stove. To complete the process, the microphone is welded on.
The, “Burn program,” refers to how we input the function of the watch into the PCBA board, e.g. We “Burn” the watch TP program and software program.
（4）Inspection of the PCBA Board
The proper functioning of the PCBA board is tested by the test stand. During this test all workers doing it must carry an electrostatic bracelet, so as to reduce the influence of static electricity on the electronics inside the watch. When no problem is detected with the assembly unit is put into the process and if there is a problem the maintenance department is called-upon to inspect what maintenance may be needed.
Internal Assembly: After all the front materials are read the camera is mounted on the casing card and pressed in tightly. Then the double-sided tape is attached to the PCBA board, with the display soldered on as well as the camera being soldered on. After the welding, the display of the watch is tested to ensure the screen works and in responsive. Should the screen not work it is repaired. The PCBA board is then assembled into the shell and the battery is soldered in. Following this the touch-screen is assembled and more double-sided tape is attached to each screw post followed by the charging test being conducted. At this point the internal assembly of the watch is completed.
External Assembly: First the buckle is put into the strap and then put into the bottom shell on the silicone strap, followed you the shell of the front and rear cabinets, screwed-in, and the capacitive touch screen is attached (which requires an ion fan to remove dust). Next, a series of tests are carried out.: the charge aging test, the finished product test, the USB line storage test, and so forth. During these tests should any defects occur in a product it will be picked-out of the line for repair. Finally, a product that is deemed to meet our standards and be free of any defect has a protective film attached to protect the screen.
The assembled smart watch which has been completed in the production department is sent to the packaging department for the final steps. The workers in the packaging department will check the appearance of the smart watch to ensure it is correct before they put it into a blister box. The blister box itself is made of PVC material which holds the weight of the smart watch very well. Next the manual and environmental card is put into the box, which is then sealed. The final sealing and warehousing are then carried out after everything else!
Watch*1 Gift Box*1 Manual*1 USB Cable * 1