How to Address the Specific Trends and Challenges In Electronics Manufacturing
Join us for this informative webinar addressing the challenges and trends that are unique to the electronics manufacturing industry.
New product introduction relies heavily on the integrity of the mechanical and electronic content to support the structural elements of the product. It is very difficult to change the physical structure of a product once it reaches production. For this reason, the physical design and build must be foundational with zero-defects to ensure rapid introduction and minimum physical warranty claims.
- Smart Manufacturing: Smart manufacturing is top of mind today because of increased complexity of the product, and the need to be globally competitive. Manufacturers today need to support modularity and mass customization in production, and in general, improve flow and efficiency of the process.
- Environmental Regulations: Regulatory pressures, driving many aspects of electronics design, impact the materials used to build the product. From the solder to the coating and paints in the housings, everything must be accounted for in order to allow sale in various geographies around the world.
- Modularity: Production processes and tools need to support highly modular designs for product families that will be produced together on the same line.
- Time-to-Market and Time-in-Market: Rapid production ramp-up is critical since the electronics industry has the shortest time-in-market of any industry, with product obsolescence as short as 6 months.
Join us for this informative webinar and learn more about the challenges and trends that are unique to the electronics manufacturing industry and how you can realize innovation with digital manufacturing solutions