Any company can claim to have experience in design engineering, but if that company doesn’t have any experience on the manufacturing side of things, then there really is no hard evidence that your machine can even be manufactured. Apart from manufacturing experience, how can you rest assured that a Contract Manufacturer will be able to execute your break-through technology?
Do you have machinery or equipment that you need manufactured? Or, maybe you have some major mechanical equipment that needs to be assembled. Or maybe it’s just the beginning of a break-through idea that you have, but you need some more help with the engineering & design. Perhaps you just can't justify building a full-functioning factory. Whatever the reason may be, if you're looking to outsource, knowing where to turn to may be overwhelming. We're here to help.
Looking to outsource low volume, highly complex equipment or mechanical assemblies? CM is still alive and well within the US, if you know where to look. But what exactly should an OEM look for when outsourcing their product within the US?