Subcontracting Electronics: A Management and Technical Guide for Purchasers and Suppliers

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This book provides practical guidance in every aspect of subcontracting electronics,taking the reader step by step through every stage of the process. The differing viewpoints and standards of customer and supplier are discussed in areas such as costing methods,terms and conditions of sale and purchase and `make or buy' decision making. The approach throughout is highly practical and common pitfalls and checklists of questions to consider are included. The book concludes with three case studies which highlight ...
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Overview

This book provides practical guidance in every aspect of subcontracting electronics,taking the reader step by step through every stage of the process. The differing viewpoints and standards of customer and supplier are discussed in areas such as costing methods,terms and conditions of sale and purchase and `make or buy' decision making. The approach throughout is highly practical and common pitfalls and checklists of questions to consider are included. The book concludes with three case studies which highlight various possible dangers. Although the principles are illustrated through surface mount technology,the material is fully applicable to all electronic assembly techniques.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780077077839
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 8/1/1993
  • Pages: 268
  • Product dimensions: 6.25 (w) x 9.29 (h) x 0.92 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction
1 The electronics industry 1
2 Key factors in surface mount 'make or buy' decisions 9
3 Contracts, terms and conditions of purchase and sale 26
Appendix 3A Example agreement terms between an OEM and a subcontractor 34
Appendix 3B Typical subcontractor's Terms and Conditions of Sale 42
4 Assembly technology options, advantages and disadvantages 48
5 Design checks before subcontracting SM assemblies 69
6 Design checks before subcontracting hybrid circuits 79
7 Surface mounted components and assembly materials 83
8 Printed boards 92
9 Components supplied by the customer 106
10 Checking designs for manufacturability, test and reliability 110
11 Specifying the product and defining the basis for quote 119
12 Choosing a printed board layout design subcontractor 128
13 Choosing an assembly subcontractor 134
Appendix 13A Example quotation for prototype assembly 139
Appendix 13B Example quotation for production quantities 145
14 Choosing a customer: the subcontractor's viewpoint 152
15 Assessing and auditing a subcontractor's assembly and test activity 158
16 Rework and repair 179
17 Surface mount field reliability issues 205
18 Maintaining good relations 215
19 Costing board assemblies 223
20 Compound case-histories 233
21 Definitions and abbreviations 252
22 Sources of assistance and bibliography 259
Index 260
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