Designing A New Product – From POC And Prototyping To MVP And Production

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Whenever a new product is to be introduced into the market, it needs to undergo lots of trials and changes before the final product is manufactured. When an idea comes up into a brilliant mind, it is then pondered over to create a design. The design is then considered from every angle, and the required changes are made before a prototype is made. But, even after the prototype is built, it isn’t a guaranteed sample of the final product. There are many changes made even in the prototype before the final design is confirmed. Through all of this, there are specific steps to be followed, ultimately culminating in full-scale manufacturing.

Before Designing Your Wire Harness

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Wire harnesses are important elements in every electrical device today. With the rising complexities of machineries being used in large scale applications, the use of wire harnesses is becoming even more crucial. You wouldn’t want hundreds of wires lying around, taking up so much of space and making it messy, also exposing operators and passers-by to danger from loose wires. Wire harnesses are thus an organized way of using lesser space, keeping it neat and free from trips and falls. Moreover, the jacketing and bundling also prevents operators from any kinds of shocks. The life of wires is also increased because of the jacketing, which would otherwise deteriorate sooner had the wires being left lying around exposed to outer environments like moisture and fog. However, there is a lot that goes into designing a wire harness that suits your requirements. One mistake, and the entire thing can go haywire! So, let’s help you know some of the most basic considerations you need to make while designing a wire harness.

Thick Copper PCBs – The Benefits

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As we all know how important PCBs are in the world full of electronics today, we also know that copper is one of the main ingredients of any PCB. Generally, the thickness of copper used in a PCB is around 35 μm. But, when the thickness of copper used in a PCB ranges from 100 to 400 μm, it is considered as a thick copper PCB; and such PCBs are used for large high current outputs and optimization of thermal management. The thick copper layer allows large PCB cross-sections for high current loads, and encourages heat dissipation.

Why And How To Build A PCB Prototype?

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PCB serves a huge role in almost every electronic device; and who doesn’t know how many electronic devices we use today! This makes the demand for PCBs extremely high. But, every electronic device and every application requires a different kind of PCB with different functionalities and complexities. So, “one size fits all” doesn’t work here. And, with every new PCB, a new sample is made. While you can start a complete production for your PCB line just as soon as the design is created, it is always advisable to first create a prototype, which can prove to be a verification to identify any errors and eliminate them before the entire production line is running. You can imagine how expensive and time-wrecking it can be if you don’t consider creating a prototype, and jump onto the production line, only to find out that the entire line of production has created faulty PCBs!

Wire Cutting And Stripping – What And How?

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Whenever we look for any kind of service, we want quality, durability, and cost-effectiveness, all in one. When it comes to Electronic Manufacturing Services, there is one element that makes every electronic manufacturing important – and that is cables. Cables are an important part of every electrical and electronic device, which is why there is high demand of cable and cable assembly manufacturers in the market. And, to satisfy this demand, there are innumerous manufacturers coming up every day. But, it is essential to identify only the most reliable manufacturer from the lot to be able to accomplish getting good quality cables which can run your applications longer and better, without erroneous consequences. Miracle Electronics is one such cable assembly manufacturer in India who you can rely upon for getting the best quality cables and cable assemblies, whether it is RF or EMI shielded assemblies, flat or ribbon assemblies, military or airborne assemblies, or any other cable requirements you may have.

4 PCB Design Rules Of Utmost Importance

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Designing a PCB can be a very challenging job, as it requires extreme care while mentioning all the detailing. One small mistake and the entire board can malfunction, causing the entire application to fail. This is why you should be hiring sureshot experienced and reliable PCB manufacturers to design and manufacture the PCBs for your application. Miracle Electronics tops the list of the best PCB manufacturers from India, where you have a team of skilled designers with whom you can sit and discuss on your requirements, and expert engineers who can translate your requirements into a product. Also, if you have such an authorized manufacturer handling your job, you’ll have nothing to worry about as you can rest assured that your product is being examined and tested at every stage to ensure perfect manufacturing. Every designing rule is taken care of, and any violations, identified and tackled at the earliest. Just in case you are inquisitive to know, we’ll let you know in this blog about the most common PCB design rules, which if violated, can cause serious damage.

How To Avoid EMI Problems In Your PCB?

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Electromagnetic interference (EMI) has been an issue almost ever since the electronic industry has come into existence. Depending upon the design and function of the electronic device, the printed circuit board (PCB) within the device can fall prey to radiated electromagnetic energy. This is why as an electronic manufacturer, it is important that PCBs are designed such that they do not interfere with one another, and can also have good electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). So, how can that be achieved? Let us take a look.