The job is not usually finished when the design work is complete. Depending on the type of circuitry, a "breadboard" is sometimes required to provide real-world proof that everything works correctly. Additional testing may be necessary to prove out environmental tolerances and worst-case performance limits. Even when there is high confidence in the design's performance, a prototype model is often required to provide insight into manufacturing concerns or user preferences or just to provide that "warm fuzzy" that the design meets all your expectations. Our expertise can provide you with a full range of prototype assembly and checkout services so that your next step only has to be "production".