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The largest EMS in
the Silicon Valley

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prototype services

Test Your New Project with Prototypes

As the product development team or company leader, you need to be methodical, organized, and battle-ready. Strategic assessment, market viability, and a competitive edge; these are elements of the campaign that you hope will see your product carve out a place in a hyper-competitive market. It’s no wonder that Sun Tzu’s text, The Art of War, is still one of the most read books by CEOs, Presidents, and other thought leaders. Alternatively, your project may be a leading edge of ongoing development...

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pcba

PCBA – Design for Manufacturability

Whenever you bring a new product to market, there are many considerations and iterations required to find the optimal design. A key element that designers often don’t consider early enough is the ease of manufacturing the final product. When you’re focusing on adding functionality and improving the product’s durability, the PCB’s assembly requirements may seem inconsequential. However, design for manufacturability (DFM) is crucial to ensure the successful launch of your product. What Is Design...

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Considerations in Electronic Box Build Services

Inordinate amounts of considerations go into finding the perfect industrial design for your latest product. Is it functional? Does it serve an innovative need? Can it be cheaper? How long will it take to source from the manufacturer and assembler? All of these questions influence the final specification and layout of the product and are vital considerations in electronic box build services. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry famously said that you achieve perfection not when you have nothing more to add,...

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New Product Introduction & Design for Manufacturing

The process of engineering a new product at an incubator, lab, or startup is an exciting time. Perhaps your ultimate objective is to increase revenue, improve quality, or introduce innovation. No matter what, design engineering is critical, but successfully taking a new product to market is an equally complex process. Moving from proof of concept (PoC) to full-scale production demands a high level of quality from beginning to end. That’s why mastering the new product introduction lifecycle...

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