- Joined Jan 27, 2019
"Design your circuit to be the cheapest possible but no cheaper."
From a lifecycle perspective, a lot of the attempts at cost shedding by reducing component costs is misguided—unless you don't care about the product once it has been purchased. That's why a reputable manufacturer doesn't produce junk.For production you can build a series of prototypes and make any changes needed to make it better and cheaper.
I worked making functional test systems and you only get one go at that. The design and construction has to meet the specification at the first go. Component cost is dwarfed by the design cost as it was usually making just one system. It gives a different view of the design process.
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