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Rely on Turnkey ECM for Quick Turn PCB Assembly

You have a killer concept for an amazing product. The printed circuit boards you need are the backbone of your project’s success. But mistakes along the PCB assembly process can quickly lead to its downfall. So why are you letting it bounce between multiple contractors? You've heard that too many cooks in the kitchen spoil the soup, right? The same thing can happen when using several different ECMs, and your quick-turn project becomes anything but quick. You just might spend more time fixing errors with too many hands on the project. Turnkey PCB assembly can help.
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Avoid Delays in Your Next PCB Prototype

Mistakes happen. It’s a fact of life. But many are avoidable, especially when it comes to your PCB prototype. A simple oversight can delay your whole project. If you get behind while building a circuit board, the issue can quickly snowball, and your entire project timeline can become derailed. The problems can continue to compound. So, it’s best to stay on track from the get-go. To do this, you need to avoid the most common pitfalls that cause PCB prototype delays.
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How Design Impacts PCB Manufacturing Process

PCB design is a complex process. Careful considerations, down to the tiniest detail, must be made. All of your design choices will affect one or more stages of the PCB manufacturing process. This includes everything from shape and size to what type of drill hole technology you use. Failing to pay attention to how your design will affect the PCB fabrication process can take weeks of work right down the drain as you go back to the drawing board for a redesign. To keep everything on track, it is important to truly understand the PCB manufacturing process from beginning to end so you make the best possible design choices right from the start.
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Employee Spotlight: Mary Domonkos

Here at Levison Enterprises, we like to take time to focus on the people who help drive the success of our company -- our employees. Today, we would like to shine the spotlight on Mary Domonkos. Mary oversees our cable and wire harness assembly department as the department manager and is actively involved with the production area where she performs assembly for units and harnesses ordered by our customers.
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Is Turnkey PCB Manufacturing Right for You?

The PCB manufacturing process can be pretty involved. At times, upwards of 11 physical prototypes could be required before moving forward with production. This means the traditional approach to PCB board manufacturing can be pretty slow because it wasn't designed for prototypes and small batch runs. It can also be expensive and prone to errors. Enter turnkey PCB manufacturing.
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Are Certifications and Testing Really Necessary in Your Electronic Assembly?

When you set out to create a product, you want it to be the best. You aim for quality, not just a passable product. So why settle for simply adequate when it comes to electronic assembly manufacturing? Certifications and testing are crucial to making sure your product delivers. Settling for less than that just won't do. You want an electronics manufacturing partner that will put your product through its paces.
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4 Tips to Save You Money on Your Next Test and Measurement Electronic Assembly

Advances in technology are driving up the demand for more efficient and accurate test and measurement capabilities. Some test and measurement suppliers need help keeping up. That's why they are outsourcing to sophisticated electronic assembly and manufacturing partners. Working with a contract manufacturer for electronics manufacturing services comes with an added bonus. It can save you money. Here is how:
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Benefits of Reverse Engineering in Test and Measurement Contract

Manufacturing quality counts when it comes to test and measurement instruments. Technology is constantly evolving and improving, which allows for even more accurate products. Perhaps your devices need an upgrade. Or maybe you just need to increase the speed and accuracy of your instruments. If so, there is no need to go back to the drawing board. 
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Partnering with an Electronics Manufacturing Service Can Save You Time and Money

Outsourcing has become the way of life for original equipment manufacturers. A third-party electronics manufacturing services partner (EMS) handles assembly of circuit boards and other electronic devices leaving you to focus on the big picture of your project. A manufacturing partner can streamline your production process and dramatically cut costs. Here are some examples of how you can save time and money with an electronics manufacturing services partner:
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Electronics Manufacturing Services for the Food Industry

Quality and safety are of the utmost importance to the food manufacturing industry. Failure of process standards for contamination control could result in sickness for hundreds or thousands of people or even lead to someone's death. Needless to say, there are strict standards in place. And you should expect the same when it comes to electronics manufacturing services.
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Finding the Right ECM for Your Digital Food Testing Device

Food-borne illness is a serious matter. Maintaining cleanliness, sanitization, and contamination control in a food processing plant is challenging even under perfect conditions. According to the CDC, food-borne illnesses and infections are a big public health problem in the United States. However, changes in food testing to detect harmful bacteria can curb that. Unfortunately, the modern way of testing isn't so modern. That is why more and more companies are turning to digital solutions, and allowing technology to lend a hand in food quality control and inspections.
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Benefits of an EMS Manufacturing Partnership

Companies are always looking to get an edge on the competition and improve their bottom line. As technology evolves, you may not have the proper resources you need to competitively get a new product from concept to market. You may need to consider turning to an outside electronics manufacturer.