Do You Really Need to Make PCB Prototypes?
PCB prototypes are essential tools to help you save on costs and resources. Taking the time to test your product design, circuits, and applications with a prototype means you can iron out any kinks before investing in volume orders.
Often manufacturers use prototypes for tradeshows and pre-market testing. What’s the point in developing a product that nobody wants?
How Do PCB Prototypes Benefit My Business?
Here’s just a few of the ways that PCB prototypes can help improve your bottom line:
- They help you to explore new ideas.
- They help you identify and rectify any problems in the design before you spend any more money in development.
- They help to improve accuracy and performance of the product.
- They help you to estimate the costs involved with manufacturing the product such as production, development, and wage costs.
- They greatly reduce the risk and expense of rework.
PCB prototypes are especially effective with breakthrough products such as those developed by NASA and Freedom Innovations in partnership with our team at Power Design Services. We offer specialized mechanical and electrical solutions specific to your requirements.
Which Industries Does Green Circuits Create PCB Prototypes For?
Our experienced team offers PCB prototyping for military, medical devices, semiconductor testing, aerospace, telecommunications, and industrial manufacturing equipment, as well as many other industries.
Our expertise and skill, coupled with our use of state-of-the-art equipment, PCB design, and quality testing, allow us to consistently produce high quality work for a variety of industries and trades.
We offer 24-hour PCB prototypes for specific jobs and are well-known for completing complex projects ahead of deadlines, the most notable being the development of a highly complex multilayer PCB with more than 2,600 parts.
How Do I Contact Green Circuits to Develop My PCB Prototype?
Request a quote for PCB prototype design, assembly and testing services or call us today at (408) 526-1700 to speak with a representative about your upcoming project.