Posts by MJS Designs

Assembly: More than Components and Pa...

Assembly: More than Components and Parts It is Fusing Technology with Expertise

MJS Designs advanced component technology experience qualifies them to produce even the most challenging board assemblies.  In addition, the easily adaptable, automated equipment allows MJS Designs to give prompt attention to all low to medium volume manufacturing projects. As the MJS Designs’ SMT Lead Technician, Dominique Taylor has the versatility, technical expertise, and energetic personality […]

Electronics Manufacturing Risk Mitiga...

Electronics Manufacturing Risk Mitigation Responsibilities

Many projects are highly complex and may have thousands of potential fail points when the risks are not taken seriously by an EMS provider or when a project is awarded to the lowest bidder or non-credentialed EMS provider. The MJS Designs team knows there is a lot at stake with your project, whether it is […]

The Relationship Between Quality and ...

The Relationship Between Quality and Credentials

over 40 years of industry experience, MJS Designs has acquired a wide variety of significant industry credentials.  MJS Designs also requires a range of certification standards for its staff members. While many customers come to MJS Designs because the credentials met the requirements for a project, it is the staff certifications that speak to MJS […]

Top Technology Advances of the Past 4...

Top Technology Advances of the Past 40 Years: As Chosen by the MJS Designs Team

It is hard to narrow down favorite technologies.  The choices are vast and encompass everything from unassuming everyday technologies like battery operated toothbrushes to advanced behavior changing games like Pokémon Go. Technology is not an option or just a part of our culture, we have become a culture of technology. When some of the MJS […]

 Eight Key Phases to the Engineering ...

 Eight Key Phases to the Engineering Cycle

On any given day in the United States there are more than 300,000 people working in the field of Electronics Engineering1. Many of these engineers are employed with fast-paced technology companies and are dedicated to churning out the latest gadgets for the consumer marketplace.  Some are employed by government agencies and are involved with projects […]

The Case for Reverse Engineering

The Case for Reverse Engineering

In the simplest terms, reverse engineering can be viewed as the process of analyzing a system to identify the system’s components and their interrelationships in order to duplicate or upgrade the system. Top 7 Reasons to Reverse Engineer a Product To understand the strengths, weaknesses and limitations of a product. Original documentation was lost or is out-of-date. […]

Warning! Not All Quotes are the Same

Warning! Not All Quotes are the Same

Today’s consumer,  whether shopping for landscaping services or electronics manufacturing services, typically wants an answer to the question “how much will it cost?” as soon as possible.  This key cost number often decides if they will continue to shop, if they can hand a project off to a service provider or even if there is value […]

Selective Soldering System SEHO Selec...

Selective Soldering System SEHO SelectLine

MJS Designs is pleased to announce the purchase of the Selective Soldering System manufactured by SEHO SelectLine, with planned installation in December 2015. The new selective soldering system provides 100% process control with its revolutionary design. The selective soldering systems are precise, programmable, fast, and consistent. It solders with highest level of precision and solder […]

Quality Counts . . . The 8 Areas that...

As the saying goes “you are only as strong as your weakest link”.  Therefore, the partners you choose to provide Engineering, PCB CAD Layout, Testing, PCB Assembly and Manufacturing could make or break your ability to provide a quality product that is both functional and profitable. Below are the Top 8 benefits your next EMS […]

The Secret Sauce in Quick Turn – Supp...

The Secret Sauce in Quick Turn – Supply Chain Management

The phrase “Supply Chain Management” is often used as a sweeping term to cover everything from vendor relationships, to purchasing to supplier collaborations.  While it often does include those things, Supply Chain Management is actually the systems used to communicate with a complex network of organizations and people about activities, information and resources, which are […]