There’s a right and wrong way to approach Printed Circuit Board (PCB) design and assembly. The right way to seize your market opportunity is to know where the speed bumps are before you begin.
Design changes in PCB Assembly are inevitable. New features are sometimes added or removed, design errors are found, or parts become obsolete. When these changes occur, it’s critical that you know how to prevent them from causing production delays.
In the wide world of Printed Circuit Board manufacturing, PCB assembly can be the most complex part of the process. But that doesn’t mean it needs to be inefficient. Here are six ways to prevent PCB assembly from delaying production.
Few things bring Printed Circuit Board assembly to a grinding halt like components with long lead times. Yet, six tips can help you reduce your PCB manufacturing lead time, and keep your assembly running on schedule.