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How Do I Reduce Bare PCB Costs?

Posted by Carrie Guenther on Tue, Mar 3, 2020 @ 09:03 AM

"How to Save Money in a High-Mix, Low-Volume World"

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We have already hosted two great sessions in our 2019-2020 Lunch & Learn series, "How to Save Money in a High-Mix, Low-Volume World." Due to the current situation, this session- originally scheduled for April- will be held in July. This session, titled How to Reduce Bare Board (PCB) Costs, will be presented by Jim Thompson & Bob Keisler from National Technology Inc. Jim & Bob will examine board design, cost drivers, and other factors to consider when designing your product.

All are welcome to attend- please pass this invitation to your team members & colleagues!

The overall goal of this series will be to educate RBB's partners on how to save money in our high-mix, low-volume PCBA (Printed Circuit Board Assembly) industry. Each session includes a hands-on presentation from RBB team members or suppliers, FREE lunch, questions & networking, and a facility tour.

Register Now!

All sessions will be held at RBB (1909 Old Mansfield Road, Wooster, Ohio 44691). To register, click here.

Session 3: July 28, 2020; 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

How to Reduce Bare Board Costs

Presented by National Technology Inc. 

 

Session 4: October 20, 2020; 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

The IoT in the High-Mix, Low-Volume World

Presented by Ed Yenni, President, Logisync

 


 

Did you miss a previous session? Find out more here!

Session 1: What Can I Do To Help Reduce Production Cost and Lead Time in my PCB Assembly?

Presented By Steve Baker & Dave Thomas, RBB Engineering

 

Session 2:  Industry Trends

Presented By Norm Lelless, Future Electronics

 


 

These are all FREE events, but registration is required. For more information, please contact events@rbbsystems.com

Register Now!

Topics: high-mix, low-volume, PCBA, PCB Electronics, bare board, reduce costs, ohio, lunch

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