Here are some attributes that you should keep in mind as you choose an automotive prototype manufacturer to build your PCBs.
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If your goal is to comply with creepage and clearance standards, your CM should check these distances in your design data as part of a DFM check.
Here’s a closer look at the in-circuit test vs. flying probe test systems so you will have a better understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of each.
Here’s a closer look at the IPC assembly standards your CM should be using to build your circuit board, and how the best CMs incorporate those standards into all aspects of their operations.
An ISO 13485 contract manufacturer will have the experience required to navigate the ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 standards on quality management
Knowing what to look for and which questions to ask when choosing a partner for your PCB manufacturing is important. Here are some recommendations for your PCB vendor qualification process.
- Considerations When Choosing an Automotive Prototype Manufacturer
- PCB Creepage and Clearance Standards for Optimal Assembly
- Understanding In-Circuit Test vs. Flying Probe for Your PCBA
- A Guide to IPC Assembly Standards for PCB Manufacturing
- Why You Need an ISO 13485-Certified Contract Manufacturer
- PCB Vendor Qualification Best Practices: Identifying a Quality CM
- Electronic Component Selection Guidelines to Enhance Manufacturability
- 4 Essential PCB Testing Techniques During Assembly and Manufacturing
- Basics of PCB Component Assembly Every Designer Should Know
- Selective Soldering vs. Wave Soldering: Advantages and Disadvantages