2019 Resolutions For Your Electronic Assembly

January 16 2019

 

2019 Resolutions For Your Electronic Assembly

Ah. It's the New Year, a time for resolutions and fresh starts. Get healthy, take that vacation, spend more time with the kids, but don’t forget professional resolutions in addition to your personal ones in the New Year. It is time to tackle the big things, like the product you’ve had on the back burner. 2019 is the year of the flux capacitor, after all. Now is the time to take your electronic assembly baby to production, and here is how you are going to do it.

 

Start with Your Design, Then PrototypeLegacy Electronic Products

The best place to start is at the very beginning, so take that great idea and get it down on paper. Look at the big picture first. Start with your concept and then fill in the details. Remember to identify, in detail, all your expectations and specifications. The more details you have, the easier it will be for you to create the design of your product. Once your design drawing is as close as possible to the product you have in mind, you are ready to create your prototype. A functional prototype will be able to demonstrate all or most of the capabilities planned in your project.

Time for Testing

Now that you have your prototype, it is time to see if your awesome idea works the way you want it to. During testing, your product prototype will be put through its paces. It will be checked for function, performance, and reliability. It will also go through climatic testing, environmental testing, mechanical testing, conformance testing, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing and safety certification. All of this testing will allow you to see if your design meets pre-determined specifications and goals, and allows you to perfect your design. It is much easier and cost effective to make changes during this stage of the process.

Product Perfecting, Then Production

Once you have made changes and tweaked your design, it’s time to streamline and focus on your product’s packaging, interface, and circuitry. You must perfect your mechanical design and finalize work on the power supply, the interfacing, the products software, and firmware. After that, it is time to focus on aesthetics and the user experience. Looks matter, and customers don't want a product that looks clunky, so it's time to streamline your design and give it an appealing appearance. A successful product must look, feel, and perform in a way your customer wants and expects.

 Your product is now extremely close to production, but first, it must go thorough compliance and safety testing to be sure it complies with CE and/or UL standards. Once all testing and compliances are cleared, your product is ready for a full production run.

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Call Levison Enterprises

We have all heard that more than half of all New Year resolutions fail, but yours will not. Here is how: Call Levison Enterprises, and we will walk you through the entire process from design and prototype to production and packaging. Levison Enterprises prides itself on its high quality standards and vows to deliver you the highest quality products. You want your product to be a success, and so do we.

 With Levison Enterprises as your electronic contract manufacturing partner, you can achieve excellence without added stress. We are experts in the electronic manufacturing design and production process, and maintain the highest quality standards. We will pass our knowledge on to you. We work hard to ensure we are up on the latest technology and use only the most up-to-date equipment and quality processes. This means you can rely on our equipment and capabilities without worrying about keeping pace with technology. We also aim to save you time and money. Our in-house design and engineering team can point-out potential problems and suggest solutions before your product goes into large-scale production.

Resolve to have a trusted manufacturing partner for your PCB electronic assembly in the New Year. Call Levison Enterprises todayNew Call-to-action

Tags: Electronic Contract Manufacturing, Quality, Electronic Design, Electronic Manufacturing Service