DFx

Design For {Manufacturing, Testing, Assembly} is a critical skill necessary to improve your chances of success. Many times engineers discount the value of incorporating industry best practices for DFx into their designs, which only results in headaches and delays in production.

 

 

Materials

Learn how startups can leverage CNC machining to reduce risk in their product development cycles. Lead times and prototyping costs can add up quickly, which can severely impact the launch date for a new product. In these posts, I discuss some first hand experiences on how to mitigate these risks

The Printed Circuit Board Assemblies are arguably the most complicated sub-assembly of any electrical-mechanical product. The PCBA is often the cause of any production yield issues, but it doesn't have to be. With proper attention to good DFx principles, your First Pass Yields can stay high, keeping manufacturing costs low