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Time Is Of The Essence In PCB Prototype Assembly

Posted by Matthew Turpin on Fri, Jul 10, 2015 @ 07:00 AM

Companies today are bringing out more products, more quickly, trying to meet the demands of an ever-growing industry that wants constant innovation.  Are your design and prototyping services able to keep up with that demand?

It's often one of the biggest complaints companies have about their PCB assembly partners.  Prototypes can be slow to develop, as well as expensive, since they require custom re-configuration of assembly lines.  When dealing with overseas companies, this can often involve months of back-and-forth.  

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Topics: PCB prototype, pcb prototype assembly

Four Reasons To Reshore Your PCB Prototyping And Assembly

Posted by Matthew Turpin on Thu, May 21, 2015 @ 07:29 AM

There's less and less reason to look offshore for electroincs, and plenty of great reasons to keep your PCB prototype assembly right here in the USA!

As NPR reported earlier this year, the "reshoring" trend is still going strong, and it's due directly to major market shifts, along with realizations that overseas manufacturing wasn't quite the bargain it was sold as.

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Topics: PCB prototype, Re-Shoring

PCB Prototype Assembly Creates Unique Boards

Posted by Laura Austin on Tue, Feb 19, 2013 @ 07:00 AM

If you want to put a quality product on store shelves, it's usually not a good idea to go with the very first design your engineers come up with, right? New product ideas have to be tested and refined before they start running down the assembly line, or else you may be facing very costly post-sale support problems afterwards.

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Topics: electronics manufacturing, pcb assembly, design services, PCB prototype, pcb prototype assembly, eco friendly products

PCB Prototype Assembly Shows How To Improve Quality

Posted by Laura Austin on Thu, Jan 24, 2013 @ 07:00 AM

Before ordering a high volume of PCBs for your next new design, it is always good to first assemble a prototype or order a low volume batch that all can be tested for any errors. PCB prototype assembly can help exactly with such testing to make sure you aren't out thousands of dollars should anything go wrong during the final production phase, and the assembly
doesn't have to cost you even more money by being in-house. All of it can be outsourced to an assembly company easily.

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Topics: pcb assembly, PCB manufacture, PCB prototype, pcb prototype assembly