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A Disconnect With a Contract Partner Can Be Costly: Get On The Same Page

OEM design engineering is far more complex than creating CAD models and shipping them off where needed. This is especially true when working closely with a contract manufacturer (CM). The more a design engineer can learn about a contract manufacturer’s process, the more effectively product designs can be brought to life! 

In this E-Guide, engineers will come away with a better understanding of how to approach a contract manufacturer. This covers:

 Communication inconsistencies
Best communication practices with a CM
What design engineers can learn from a CM
Striking a balance between accuracy and functionality with tolerancing
Communication Best Practices

Communication
Best Practices

Learn From A Custom Manufacturer 

Learning
From a CM

Balance Between Accuracy and Functionality For Design Engineers

Balance Between Accuracy and Functionality