White Paper: Manufacturing & Prototyping
7 Cost Saving Steps for Your Next Design
Every company wants to decrease costs without affecting the quality of their products or services. There is rarely a perfect way to achieve this and PCB design and assembly is no exception. When searching for a low-volume assembly shop to populate your boards, it may be tempting to use a low-cost shop to save money. However, doing so may end up costing more in the long term due to reliability concerns and lower throughput. By incorporating the following seven design principles and cost saving steps, you can lower the overall price, while still using a high quality shop.
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