Each of our customers is assigned one of our experienced manufacturing engineers who work closely with them to assure both existing product and new product requirements are met.
Accurate documentation is one of the most important aspects of electronic assembly and our engineers provide our production group with all the information needed for each product in a detailed and controlled Assembly Instruction (AI) document. Our AI documents are the result of the combined efforts of our Engineering, Quality, and Production groups. We develop custom AI documents for every assembly we build.
Our engineering team will assist with Design for Manufacturability (DFM) for customer projects. We look for ways to solve issues and help lower overall costs by increasing manufacturing efficiencies, throughput, and first-pass yields. DFM is an important concept that, if properly understood, will help minimize costs and maintain quality. We are available to provide DFM feedback while a product is still in the design stage to help avoid potential manufacturing issues prior to a prototype run. Please feel free to contact us regarding our DFM services and how we may be able to assist you with a review of board-level design considerations to help enhance the manufacturability of your product.
We utilize Silicon Expert at Ascentron and are able to monitor market availability, life cycle status, and regulation compliance for components we buy for customer products. We can alert customers to potential obsolete parts issues and can identify potential alternate parts for customers to consider.
Our goal is to provide a resource of collected knowledge available to our customers at every stage of printed circuit assembly development and production.