Is Your Test Floor Design Based On Business AND Technical Analyses?
What process flows are best for your products? How many separate steps
should be created? Should all part numbers be tested the same way? How
much test is required? Should there be a repair loop? How much capital
equipment is needed? How many test stations at each step are required
to meet shipment goals? How much money is required and how long would
it take to double production?
The above questions only begin to explore the depths of a well designed
manufacturing test strategy. Business factors such as shipment plans
and anticipated volume may help provide answers. On the other hand,
much may depend on technical considerations. How are the product
electronics partitioned? How thoroughly has the design been verified?
How much built in test is employed? How expensive is the
instrumentation? How much on board programming is required in
Consult With Anagon And Get The Right Test Strategy BEFORE You Start!
Given the large amount of money you spend on each manufacturing
program, it makes good sense to get an expert opinion on your test
strategy assumptions up front, before you commit your resources. Hire
us for an initial consultation. You'll be glad you did! We provide the
following manufacturing test strategy services:
- Product Architecture Testability
- Test Specification Generation /
- Test Floor / Process Flow Design
- New Product Ramp To Volume Analyses
- Capacity Planning
- Project Definition, Scheduling, and
- Test Advocacy Helping You Deal With Your
- Program Risk Assessment For New Product