INNOVATION VIDEOS TURN TO MANUFACTURING

13-01-2020

Mouser Electronics has wrapped up its Engineering Big Ideas video series with a final instalment looking at contract electronics manufacturing.

In the new video, celebrity engineer Grant Imahara visits Silicon Valley and talks with Beth Kendrick, President of full-service manufacturer Valley Services Electronics (VSE).

The video goes behind the scenes with Kendrick and the VSE team, who share first-hand advice for new product innovators and highlight what creators should look for in a PCB assembly manufacturer to ensure a smooth go-to-market process. The team describe how they broke through the confines of offshore manufacturing norms and what that means for today’s innovators.

“Asking all of the key questions, the right how, why and what, to potential manufacturing partners is critical to ensuring your vision and product come to fruition. We are excited to showcase this last step,” says Imahara.

Glenn Smith, President and CEO of Mouser Electronics, explains: “Manufacturing is often one of the last and most important stops on the electronic design engineer’s journey to product creation.

“In order to push products through to the finish line, it is essential for product engineers to be on the lookout for any red flags when selecting components for their products and then when choosing the right manufacturing partner.”

View the new video here.

Mouser Electronics
+852 3756 4700
au.mouser.com

TO LEARN MORE, CONTACT

RELATED NEWS

  1. Renaissance One, which is building the country’s first giga-scale battery manufacturing facility in the Hunter Region industrial suburb of Tomago, has appointed three Australian companies to provide key components that will be used to manufacture its superStorage™ family of batteries.
    The news...
  2. As the US government invests A$4.4 billion of funding for battery manufacturing, processing and recycling, Australia’s access to raw materials means the country can better invest in onshore battery supply chains compared to countries with fewer mines.
    Both political parties are fully behind a...
  3. Although an unwelcome announcement for the automaker, it also wouldn’t necessarily be unexpected in an era of parts shortages and supply chain challenges. This time, however, the reason ended up being much more exciting.
    UPI reports that security personnel at a Mercedes-Benz factory in western...