Category Archives: Manufacturing
Product Rescue Part 8: End of Life Legacy Product
When you’re dealing with a legacy product, there is an all new set of cost saving opportunities to explore. Continue reading
Product Rescue Part 7: Value Engineering
Cutting costs at every part of the product development process is the core purpose of value engineering. Let’s explore what that looks like. Continue reading
Product Rescue Part 6: Production
Your prototypes have passed the test and your customers are waiting anxiously to buy your product, so let’s talk about production! Continue reading
Product Rescue Part 5: Pre-Production
Your prototypes are good and the budgets have been approved, it’s time to start producing products! Let’s talk about how to ramp up for full production. Continue reading
Product Rescue Part 4: Beta Prototyping
The second phase of prototyping, beta prototypes not only function, but also look and feel like the final product. User and environmental tests can be done at this point to validate AND verify that all of the requirements have been … Continue reading
Product Rescue Part 3: Alpha Prototyping
Once a product design is completed, you’re ready to move on to the much anticipated prototype stage. At the end of this step, you will have 2 functional prototypes that prove the feasibility and concept of your design. Continue reading
5 Reasons ISO is Killing Your Small Business
In a world where Documentation dictates quality and innovation is stifled by procedure, small businesses are struggling to survive. So how do you stay competitive AND innovative?
Engineering and Manufacturing Under One Roof
Combining engineering and manufacturing under one roof provides a uniquely effective solution to today’s specialty manufacturing needs.
Today’s Plastic Electronics
In today’s world, it’s not unusual to think of plastic in association with electronics. However, some industries are taking the idea to the next level.
4 Ways Small Manufacturers Save OEMs Money
Small American Manufacturers have successfully positioned themselves as highly effective and efficient partners for OEMs who had traditionally utilized larger/foreign manufacturers. Here’s how: Continue reading