Posts in Manufacturing Technology
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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Electronic Contract Manufacturing for Medical Devices Industry

Electronic Contract Manufacturers specializing in the medical devices industry are different from the regular electronic contract manufacturers. There are 5 factors a quality medical device contract manufacturer would have: an experienced managerial, technical, and manufacturing team, along with the appropriate manufacturing certifications, proper tooling and equipment for tight tolerances and to quickly respond to demand changes.

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4 Qualities to Look For in Your Next Electronics Contract Manufacturer

Farming out your production to an outside contract manufacturer (CM) can help you produce and sell products without having to invest in machinery, equipment or specialized product knowledge. For a price, contract manufacturing relieves the hiring OEM company from the burden of hiring production staff, purchasing machinery, investing in industry knowledge and much more.

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Laser Cutting Applications in Precision Machining

Laser cutting is a high-tech machine that is used to precise-cut both metal and non-metal materials. It has gained tremendous popularity in both consumer electronics and industrial sectors. Studies show hi-tech industry increasingly replaces or complements conventional cutting technology with laser cutting, and manufacturers gain competitive advantages by implementing laser cutting machinery.

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Value-Added Services In Electronic Manufacturing Part 1

The OEM hi-tech/electronics industry is undergoing dramatic change. Pricing pressures, ever-evolving new technologies and increasing global competitions are reshaping the way these companies operate. Electronic components manufacturers, as a key ally to the OEM’s, are transforming themselves to react to the changing electronics/IT landscape.

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