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Medical pcb assembly process optimization management

Medical pcb assembly process optimization management

Process optimization and improvement in medical pcb assembly is actually process management. Process optimization and improvement include process design, process modulation, setting process control, and process improvement. The essence of process optimization and improvement is the PDCA cycle method, which is a process of suspicion- measurement-improvement repeatedly . As can be seen from the picture, PDCA is mainly continuous improvement, and never ends. PDCA is not only to develop corrective and preventive measures, but also to improve from the aspects of technological progress and cost reduction. Therefore, PDCA can also bring continuous improvement in the level of process technology to enterprises.

In Figure 1:

Plan – see which issues need improvement, list them item by item, and find out problems that need to be improved and solved;

Implementation (Do) – take actions in accordance with established plans; Check – Check and evaluate the results of the implementation plan to see if the actual results match the original objectives;
Improvement (or called Action) – timely correct of problems found;

Continuous improvements – continue to improve and provide information for the next PDCA.


Process optimization and improvement requirements in medical pcb assembly:

●Assembly method and process flow should be carried out in accordance with DFM regulations;

●Require technicians to understand the characteristics and functions of the equipment and master the operation technology;

●Process improvement is the entire process of integration and improvement including design;

●Evaluate the optimized manufacturing capabilities and initially determine the monitoring method.

In general, the first design may not be able to optimize all process parameters, so fine-tuning is required.