While many companies are looking to automate as much of the manufacturing process as possible, the team at The Engineering Resource Center still believes that interacting directly with the customer will result in the best possible outcome.
We want to help customers design the most robust component possible. We will not ask to cut corners and we will not look to take short cuts. If there is something that needs to be addressed with respect to design, we will do so in a professional manner that ensures all concerns are reviewed.
Prototypes are the starting point of any project, so it is important to get the done accurately and professionaly. A misstep in this phase of a product launch could result in delays and increases in cost. Our objective is to give our customers prototypes that fulfill their need from a product testing perspective and that are competitive in terms of cost. We also strive to do this in the most aggressive lead time possible.
At the Engineering Resource Center, we view our relationships with customers as partnerships. We want to work with customers to ensure needs are met and that the prototype experience is as smooth as possible.
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