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In this RTW interview, Andy Shaughnessy and Bert Horner of The Test Connection talk about the trends and challenges in test and the need for PCB designers to design for test.
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In this RTW interview, Andy Shaughnessy and Bert Horner of The Test Connection talk about how setting up a successful circuit card plan starts with the DfT of the schematics and ends with knowledge that your CM/manufacturer has available to inspect and test your product.
Mark Laing, Siemens Digital Industries Software
For PCB and assembly manufacturers, test engineering has become a critical factor in enhancing the profitability of new product introductions (NPIs). Given the trend toward high-mix, low-volume production, the journey from design data to an automated PCB testing program must be quicker and more efficient than ever before. In this article, we will discuss how to optimize the efficiency of the test engineering process in accordance with these new market realities.
Andy Shaughnessy, I-Connect007
At SMTA Dallas, Andy Shaughnessy stopped by the booth for The Test Connection, to find out from Bert Horner why the company has evolved into spending more time educating and consulting with their customers when it comes to testing new designs.