By Renaud Anjoran Quality inspectors are human like the rest of us, and while it’s usually unlikely that they will let major QC issues slip through the net, it can happen.
By Renaud Anjoran We have worked with many companies that have designed an electronic product and had it manufactured in China, yet they tend to have a common blind spot: running reliability testing on electronic products.
By Renaud Anjoran I recently published a list of videos on the injection molding process, and importers of hard goods made from plastics (or at least using plastic components) also need to know how to test plastic material properties.
By Maegan Burkhart If you closely follow the European toy industry, you’ll know toys are commonly recalled for noncompliance with the EC Toy Safety Directive and EN 71 requirements.
By John Niggl Imagine you’re a distributor of household electrical appliances. You’ve been receiving reports from customers that a clothes dryer you sell has been sparking and even catching fire in some cases.