PCB production is categorized into small, medium (50+ panels), and high (100+ panels) volumes. The primary goal of high-volume production is to produce cost-effective and reliable boards with high yields. In bulk manufacturing, the risk of exceeding costs and lead time is high. To avoid this, efficient prototyping and testing are essential.
However, what worked in the prototype phase may not be applicable or economically feasible when moving into volume production. It is important to understand the different considerations for volume production to ensure successful manufacturing.
In this webinar, our PCB design and manufacturing experts will explain how to ease your transition from prototyping to high-volume production. This will help you eliminate the risk of board re-spins and reduce design expenditure.
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