(Watch) 'Custom vs. Generic Parts - What’s Scalable for Manufacturing My Product?' - Live Q&A Session with Dragon Innovation and Farnell

Experts from Dragon Innovation and Farnell were featured in a live Q&A session, answering questions on 'Custom vs. Generic Parts - What’s Scalable for Manufacturing My Product?' for this live webinar recording, that has been packaged to be watched on-demand.

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Examples of questions covered in the Live Q&A session on 'Custom vs. Generic Parts':

  1. What are the limits of a generic PCB(A) and what is the right moment to go from generic to customized PCB(A)?
  2. Is it a better idea to buy standard boards that are complete or to make new PCB boards that are custom for my product? Is there any other options?
  3. I understand the limitations of cost and space, but can you tell me about other limitations of development boards?
  4. How do I go about sourcing component manufacturers for my product? Do I need to secure multiple sources?
  5. Can I do production domestically (US, EU, etc.) that makes sense economically? And much, much more!

Panelists:

  • Nicolas Avril, VP of Europe at Dragon Innovation
  • Sarah Fawcett, Global Program Manager for Single Board Computers at Farnell
  • Simon Wade, Global Senior Product Manager for Single Board Computers at Farnell

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