Houston Electronics Manufacturing Company Gears Up for Growth Innovation Map - 12.11.18. It takes an unnecessarily long time for electronic devices to get from idea to reality — and much of that is due to inefficiency in manufacturing. Just getting a prototype together takes weeks of back and forth between the engineer and the manufacturer.
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Houston Tech Manufacturing Co. Names New CEO Houston Business Journal - 11.13.18. Houston-based electronics manufacturer MacroFab Inc. named board member Misha Govshteyn as its new CEO.
One Man’s Software Background Makes Manufacturing Hardware Easy Entrepreneur - 9.2.15. When Charlie Emery set out to build Spooky Pinball, his Benton, Wis.-based company, he ran into a snag: finding a resource to manufacture the circuit boards that power each of his custom-made, $5,995 pinball machines. His only options were to line up prohibitively expensive one-off production in the U.S. or deal with high minimum orders and suspicious quality from manufacturers overseas.
Making Hardware Is a Total Pain. But Not in This Factory Wired Magazine - 5.18.15. Chris Church just wanted to make cool stuff for cameras. In 2011 he left his job at the cloud software company he co-founded to run Dynamic Perception, a camera hardware company he'd initially started as a hobby. But the hardware business was maddening.