What is Bill Of Materials in electronics? The BOM is a crucial inventory of components needed for top-quality products. It guides procurement, production, and quality control, ensuring accuracy and consistency. It’s essential for successful board development, outlining all required components for assembly. Let’s explore the actual implications of BOM (Bill of Materials) at Ark Circuitry […]
A functional test is a quickest and most effective way to check an assembly function as designed. This simulates the intended field of application and also analyses the electrical behaviour of the assembled board. Read more to find out our top 7 checks and how we fixed defects during a recent project. Firstly, the assembly process
Prototypes can help manufacturers save manpower, time and money. It simulates the actual product that you can present to your customer. Read this blog to find out how. Prototyping: A powder-coated aluminium box was the proposed enclosure. We 3D printed an enclosure to check how the board fit and the placement of the button and
What happens if a product or machinery used becomes outdated and you can’t find its components? Can you find out the working of a machine and incorporate design changes before launching a new product? How can you clone or replicate or revise an existing product? What is Reverse Engineering? When a product is developed, firstly,
The functioning of electronic devices relies heavily on circuit boards. Care needs to be taken when manufacturing the boards and more so after. Even a spec of dust or residue can affect the reliability and this articles explains more.