Keys to success:
Concept validation – Sharing ideas and goals to ensure achievement of the technical and commercial goals of the project to the satisfaction of both parties.
Engineering design review – Developing a design (based on the agreed-upon concept) that meets requirements; tandem testing of the design for compatibility and performance.
Engineering to Manufacturing transition – Upon design review and sign-off, Princeton Instruments carefully transitions the design from Engineering to Manufacturing, maintaining the technical integrity of the product, while ensuring efficiencies in volume capacity and output. Princeton Instruments utilizes the industry's best practices and controls in our manufacturing facilities, incorporating Statistical Process Control to build quality and reliability into our manufacturing processes.
Assembly – Comprehensive documentation of assembly and test procedures allows our production facilities to provide high repeatability and versatility. Princeton Instruments’ manufacturing cells are configured to handle any product volume requirement, with varying degrees of intricacies. Princeton Instruments adheres to the ISO Standard 14644-1, Class 7, previously Federal Standard 209, Class 10,000.