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The electronic design process is all about workflow; a problem is answered with ideas, which flow into concepts and designs that evolve into prototypes. These prototypes are slowly refined and eventually produced with the end goal being a profitable product. This may seem like a simple process on paper, but rest assured that many problems may arise, slowing product development ultimately to a grinding halt.
First, the electronic design process must begin with the birth of an idea or a concept for improvement of a current product. M Squared Electronics has the capabilities to assist in everything from drawing the electronics schematic, laying out printed circuit boards, and the electronics assembly of a product. The quality control process at M Squared was put in place to ensure that the system concept meets your needs and passes rigorous testing for improvements along the way.
It is simple for an engineer to take control of the entire electronic design process, but that is not the M Squared philosophy. The goal is to focus on design for manufacturability (DFM) leading to a more efficient process with increased quality that is measurable through the lowered cost of manufacturing. M Squared is dedicated to creating something with you as a collaboration that executes in the best possible way. The company strives to do far more than just making the electronics work. As result of a culture of continuous improvement, M Squared consistently exceeds customer expectation.
M Squared Electronics is ready to partner as an extension of your company from prototyping to production bringing your ideas to life. It is also important to simplify the electronic design process to streamline production. Using years of experience, advanced design software and creativity, M Squared makes it possible to achieve a finished quality product as quickly as possible. Also, M Squared knows how important it is to have open communication with clients throughout the process in order to take ideas and develop them into the product the customer desires.