Press Releases: Digicom Electronics White Paper "Process Validation 101" Now Available

Download Process Validation 101February 7, 2011 - Digicom Electronics, Inc., precision and quality contract manufacturing specialists, explains the importance of process validation in ensuring that a process consistently produces a product that meets its specifications, in a white paper titled "Process Validation 101". The article's authors, Anne Bynon and Fariba Hurry, and Mo Ohady, Digicom Electronics' general manager, will be at booth #3880 at the Pacific Design & Manufacturing, Anaheim, California, from February 8-10, to answer questions about the validation process and electronics design, prototyping, manufacturing, test, and compliance issues.

The paper, which is available on the Digicom Electronics website at, describes why a process requires validation, the three primary steps of process validation, and a common mistake to avoid in documentation. When done correctly, process validation can save a considerable amount of time, money, and resources.

The authors are biomedical engineers with a combined 38 years of experience in the design and manufacture of medical devices. Information is taken from process validation done by Digicom Electronics, an ISO 13485:2016-certified contract electronics manufacturer. The Pacific Design & Manufacturing Conference, co-located with Medical Design & Manufacturing West, is being held at the Anaheim Convention Center from February 8-10, 2011.

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