1. Electronic product concept design
The concept of development is the first step of any type of product manufacturing. Developers carry out the PCB design required for the product according to the required specifications and functions. The industrial design team then produced 2D models as design templates.
2. 3D model of making products
After the customer confirms the prototype of the 2D graphic design, the 3D design will be created as the final design template, and then the electronic product development will be carried out. The production of 3D models is essential to confirm the actual appearance of the product and all details and specifications. Generally, this step is performed by a special product design company.
3. Design PCB
Now, we have entered the electronic design and development stage by making PCB layout, and we have designed an economical, efficient and practical circuit board. The final step in the electronic design and development phase is to debug PCB design for possible defects.
4. Design product shell
After the core component of the product is designed, we must design the shell of the product, and the assembly design ensures that the product can be processed smoothly when assembled.
5. Make PCB and product prototypes
The prototype can be said to be the most critical part of electronic products and design and development. Some problems will only appear when they create actual products in their hands. This process can be checked and revised back and forth until the perfect prototype is made.
6. Cost accounting process and inventory
After the product prototype is made, the cost is calculated to summarize the required materials and the cost of these materials. In this way, the right supplier can be selected to save total costs without sacrificing the quality of electronic products.
7. Preparation before mass production
The final stage of the electronic product development process is to arrange with the factory, and arrange products to enter the production line. Among them, choosing the right manufacturer and process control is the key to high-quality manufacturing.