What Is Manufacturing Integration?

Manufacturing Integration, sometimes referred as integrated manufacturing, is a group of organizations or companies that work together in the same industry but specialize in different sectors to complete a finished product. For example, a precision machining and sheet metal company, an injection molding company and a cable and wires company working together to complete one finished electronic product.

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Major Benefits of a Design-For-Manufacture Review

Design-for-manufacture (DFM) is the process of designing so that development cycle can be shortened and products can be manufactured at the lowest overall costs. DFM is a value added service provided by experienced contract manufacturers that aids in the standardization of the manufacturing process in order to deliver consistent cost-efficient quality products.

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3 Services Every Electronics Contract Manufacturer Should Offer

Whether you’re new to electronics contract manufacturing or are looking to scale up production of your current product line, contract manufacturing (CM) is an option you may well have considered, and for good reason. Outsourcing your manufacturing processes, or even your R&D process, to a quality CM can benefit your business significantly.

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5 Services the Best Plastic Injection Manufacturers Should Offer

An outline of services that the best plastic injection manufacturers should offer. These offerings include, quality certifications, strong IP protection, agile demand changes, In-House tooling masters and a variety of production equipment.

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Electronic Contract Manufacturing for Automotive Devices Industry

From electric vehicles to your everyday gas vehicles, a quality electronic contract manufacturer specializing in automotive devices industry is key to successfully manufacture these vehicles. There are 4 factors a quality electronic contract manufacturer should have to successfully manufacture your automotive devices. To start, the CM should have a special automotive IATF certification, proper tooling and one source solutions for fast demand changes response.

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USB 101: All You Need to Know About USB 3.2

The new and improved Universal Serial Bus (USB) 3.2 gives the word universal a new meaning. With the ability to transfer data and power to various electronic devices such as cellphones, tablets and laptops eliminates the need to carry clunky cables. The updated USB 3.1, now USB 3.2, allows users to double their data transfer rates up to 20 GB/s due to it's multi-lane technology, making it a must have in the latest electronics trends.

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