Within any organization, test groups can specialize in developing test approaches for their unique phase of the product development process. As a result, test managers are rarely tasked to consider how to optimize testing strategies across multiple.
During the product development life cycle, it's common for different engineering departments across the product development lifecycle to separately wrestle with the same concerns and questions. These silos slow down the product development cycle.
In the manufacturing functional testing environment, quickly building a large quantity of test systems is often necessary to prepare for high volume production for your new product introduction (NPI). But simply completing the work isn’t maximizing.
Whether you decide to build your next system in-house or hire an integration partner, part of that process should include making sure a quality management system (QMS) is in place to create a reliable and repeatable process.
For product manufacturers, the ability to quickly and effectively replicate test systems can be an essential part of the new product introduction (NPI) process. Build-to-print services can offer full-turnkey assembly of test equipment that includes.
Once you’ve finished the preparation stage of a rotating electrics test system, it’s time to further determine how you are going to handle your device under test (DUT). Here are the essential attributes to consider in a test system:
Without first-rate data collection in place, it’s impossible to trust that your rotating electrics test will deliver top-quality products. Inadequate, inaccurate, or ineffective data acquisition leads to losses of critical information in both.
As you move through the product development lifecycle of a printed circuit board assembly (PCBA), different stages of functional testing serve essential roles in ensuring quality assurance for your product. As you progress further through the.