A headlight assembly needed to be low cost and fit within envelope constraints. We had the solution.
- Cost reduction
- Engineering resources
- Circuit boards
A headlight assembly for a medical mobility OEM needed to be low cost and fit within specific envelope constraints. However, the initial design included rigid injection molds which were expensive. Even worse, additional assembly was required after molding.
Global Interconnect partnered with the customer's engineers to develop a low-pressure molding design that would encapsulate the board without damaging the electronics. In addition, we were able to achieve the complex geometry required to fit into the upper level assembly without any additional assembly steps.
Global Interconnect manufactured and validated the headlight assemblies, meeting all performance and cost goals.
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