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Working with Ark Electronics Manufacturing and PCB Assembly

Ark Electronics Reputation

Ark Electronics has built a culture and a way of working with our clients that creates win-win results. Using a 5 Sigma approach, our North American and European leadership understands what it takes to deliver a successful electronics manufacturing project seamlessly and at scale, from end to end.

Understanding Your Needs: Ark Electronics initiates our relationship with an in-depth review of your product specifications, identifying, researching, and developing the necessary components and tooling to meet your specific requirements. We also consider environmental impacts and seek your verification every step of the way.

Planning for Quality Control: Our approach is underpinned by the industry’s best practices, including advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP), Process Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA), Measurement System Analysis (MSA), and Statistical Process Control (SPC). We focus on preventing issues before they occur and continuously seek your verification for transparency and input throughout this stage.

Validation & Testing: Quality testing is at the core of our operations. We conduct pilot testing and continuously monitor production while also carrying out product protection surveys. Your input remains vital during this stage.

Continuous Improvement: We regularly investigate our production processes, generate issue correction reports, and implement preventative and corrective measures when needed. Your feedback is valuable to us, and we ensure you’re involved in every decision.

Mass Production: Once all previous phases are successfully completed and verified by you, we move to large-scale production, always maintaining our commitment to quality and efficiency.   Throughout the project, our goal is to improve quality, efficiency, and overall production effectiveness from the first article to the final production run.

Learn more about our contract manufacturing services here.

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