In the product development phase, product verification test procedures are essential to provide test and analysis results. First of all, building an engineering prototype is essential.
It is a series of components created by combining engineering and design to represent the final product. This powerful and high-precision trial production prototype usually uses rapid prototyping and undergoes rigorous testing and evaluation to verify product design, engineering, and manufacturability.
As product development enters the subsequent stages of the encounter between design and engineering, engineering prototypes and testing can help identify problems. Identify improvements and iterations before investing in expensive tools and putting them into production to make future production processes as smooth and reliable as possible.
Through a series of verification test procedures, including basic function test, manufacturing process, performance parameter measurement and certification standard verification, it can verify whether the design meets the expected product specifications and performance. The goal is to verify that the design has been correctly implemented into production.
Verification is a gradual and rigorous process that combines design and engineering development with prototyping and manufacturing. It aims to provide objective and comprehensive testing to meet the product’s expected design requirements, performance, specifications and standards, and to ensure Continuous mass production.
Verify that the product meets the functional requirements of the design specification. The EVT version is derived from CNC machining, vacuum casting or rapid machining.
The quantity range is 20-50 pieces
The material and mechanical properties of the parts must meet the testing requirements
Tighter tolerances are required to verify function in assembly and use.
Basic performance test, including power, heat and EMI
Identify design or process flaws
Determine design or process improvement options
Perform a second verification after the change
Design verification is a series of intensive testing procedures used to verify that a product meets specifications, industry standards, and certifications. It also improves tools and processes to achieve consistent production runs, while using pre-production components to meet ideal testing requirements
The quantity is usually between 50-200 pieces.
All parts should come from the mold or pre-production process.
Ensure that the production process meets chemical and environmental requirements.
Extensive reliability and compliance testing, including flame retardant, drop, waterproof, battery safety, etc.
Verify product certifications and standards in different countries or regions, such as RoHS, CE, FCC, UL, etc.
Need quick failure analysis and corrective actions.
Optimize the production plan.
is the first trial production, used to identify defects and evaluate optimization at each stage of the production line. The entire production line has been tested to ensure quality.
The number of products often exceeds 500, which is perfect for sale.
The tool can start without changes.
Mass production verification (yield, time, target cost, rework time, etc.)
Design of Assembly (DFA) verification to optimize the assembly process and reduce time and cost.
Quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) program development and testing.
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) development and staff training procedures.
An engineering team with expertise in different manufacturing processes.
Using CNC precision machining, rapid machining and injection molding technology to provide test parts similar to end-use products
Assist in CAD design review to ensure compliance with predetermined production requirements before prototyping or manufacturing.
Solve engineering challenges by providing optimal component design recommendations based on material, process, and precision requirements.