The NPI program at East West is more than just building boards, it’s a comprehensive approach that allows us to help you navigate from prototype to pre-production, avoiding potential pitfalls that could result in increased time to market or cost. Our goal is to engage with your team as early as possible in the design so that our team of engineers can utilize their expertise and software analysis to improve your design.
This way we can work with you to design in the best material and manufacturing features to help your product throughout its entire lifecycle. East West is vertically integrated to make your new product introduction as seamless as possible.
Several of our facilities have dedicated resources in place to ensure your product gets the attention it deserves. Our quick-turn capabilities, in-house tooling and on-hand staff gives us the ability to fulfill your need for quick turn, small production batches. Even more, we strive to meet your deadlines and will adjust our schedules to ensure we’re able to deliver what you need, when you need it. Timing is critical and we don’t wait for openings on a line to build your product. Our team ensures your product is built as quickly as possible.
Benefits of New Product Introduction with East West
Some of the benefits of our NPI program include:
- BOM Analysis
- DFx Analysis
- Quick Turnaround
- Quality Assurance
- Engineering Services
- Ramp to Production
Whether or not you start your NPI journey working with East West Design Services, our team steps in after your product design phase is complete to begin the assembly process validation. This includes BGA validation, stencil specifications, contamination testing, and design for solder and reflow profile.
We make sure any engineering changes move consistently across your Gerber files, technical drawings, and bill of materials. With product regulations in a constant state of change, East West's knowledge of current criteria will ensure you are not subject to mandated redesign or retests that could create costly, unforeseen delays.