Best Practices for Improving the PCB Supply Chain: Performing the Process Audit

Published:

August 3, 2018

Author:

Greg Caswell, Dr. Craig Hillman

Abstract:

In the electronics industry, the quality and reliability of any product is highly dependent upon the capabilities of the manufacturing suppliers. Manufacturing defects are one of the top reasons why companies fail to meet warranty expectations. These problems can result in severe financial pain and eventual loss of market share. What a surprising number of engineers and managers fail to realize is that focusing on processes addresses only part of the issue. Supplier selection also plays a critical role in the success or failure of the final product....

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