1. Design for Manufacturability

    No matter what you’re designing, it’s important to involve your contract manufacturer’s (CM) engineering team early in the process to ensure it's designed for manufacturability. The earlier you bring in your CM, the more time and money you can save on your project. Here’s how your CM can help make your project more successful: Right Parts, Right Tooling. How many...
  2. Practical Guide to Cable Selection

    Cabling is often overlooked until the end of a product design process. While it is true that cables are flexible both literally and fundamentally, cable cost can quickly add up if the options are not planned in advance. Here is a Practical Guide to Cable Selection that will help you get the most out of your product. 1.Flat or Round...
  3. Tips for Designing Reliable, Cost Effective Cable Assemblies and Wire Harnesses

    Here are some tips for Designing Reliable, Cost Effective Cable Assemblies and Wire Harnesses. Customers come to TLC Electronics with a wide variety of applications and needs. These needs can include cable requirements (EMI protection and jacketing), insulation type, unique voltage or amperage requirements, tight tolerances, tie wraps, and labels. Each of these needs can add cost, so it is...
  4. FIVE REASONS WHY COMPANIES SHOULD CONSIDER RE-SHORING MANUFACTURING.

    1) Supply Chain Lead Times - Having a local supply chain reduces variables that may cause disruption. Local supply chains also tend to be flexible and agile. Ordering from nearby suppliers allows for ordering more (or fewer) quantities on shorter notice — an important factor when unforeseen circumstances happen. How TLC Electronics can Help? Being a contract manufacturer and a distributor allows...
  5. Bulgin - Meeting the needs of Medical Market Applications

    Bulgin has a broad range of interconnect solutions that are used in various Medical market applications. High performance and dependability are crucially important in medical technologies. This is why Bulgin’s reliable and robust components are used in all areas of the medical industry from the production of pharmaceutical drugs to therapeutic, imaging, diagnostics and patient monitoring devices. With a broad...
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