How to Design for Electronics Manufacturability and Reliability



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In this episode Cheryl Tulkoff discusses risk assessment, planning not only for success and failure, and understanding the difference between quality and reliability. If you're a PCB designer looking to learn how to design for electronics manufacturability and reliability, this is the perfect place to start.

0:00 Intro
1:26 Cheryl's Electronics Industry Experience
4:26 The Key to Producing a Successful Electronic Product
5:53 Why Non-aligned Standards Exist
8:39 Who Are You Designing For?
13:09 Celebrating Failures
14:43 Failure and Design Management
16:53 Startup Culture
19:42 Software and Hardware Reliability
26:23 What Rate of Failure is Tolerable?
33:15 Manufacturers Can't Ensure Reliability for You
39:53 Litigation as an Expert Witness
45:08 Redundancy Practices: Are They Typical?
48:14 What Can Designers Do to Mitigate Failures?

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