BROOKSVILLE, FL — Sparton Corporation (NYSE:SPA) announced that its Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) business unit based in Brooksville, Fla., is offering a new rapid prototyping service for electronic assemblies that provides customers several benefits, including time and cost savings, with increased flexibility.
Sparton’s new service provides a stand-alone, dedicated pilot line and engineering lab that offers a means of manufacturing and testing multiple aspects of a customer’s existing or newly designed electronic assemblies before it is mass produced. Sparton’s new capabilities are compatible with Proof-of-Concept (PoC) prototypes, where product design is still evolving, and Production-Ready (PR) prototypes, where final testing or certifications are the last step prior to full production.
The Company’s electronic assemblies prototyping line is located in its Brooksville, Fla., manufacturing facility, and offers sufficient capacity to handle all customer requests.
Sparton also provides other “early involvement” engineering services such as Design for Manufacturing, Assembly, Test, Maintainability, Productibility (DFx); Printed Circuit Board (PCB) design; Component Engineering/Parts Obsolescence Management; and Configuration Management to ensure product quality and reduce change management costs over the life of the product.