Definition of Risk Production


Risk Production means TAEC’s commencing production of goods before the completion of the Prototype Approval Signoff by both parties.


Risk Production means that a particular silicon wafer fabrication process has established baseline in terms of process recipes, device models, and design kits, and has passed standard wafer level reliability tests.

Risk Production means production of Wafers before completion of APT’s internal qualification has been completed.

Examples of Risk Production in a sentence

Customer acknowledges that Risk Production goods are provided prior to Prototype Approval Signoff.
If TAEC assembles and manufactures any goods at Customer’s request before Customer has issued its written approval via Prototype Approval Signoff, Customer understands and agrees that they will be done on a Risk Production order basis, with Customer responsible for all assembly and production costs.
Customer agrees to defend, indemnify, and hold TAEC and its affiliates harmless from and against all damages, obligations, causes of action, suits, or injuries of any kind arising from or in relation to Customer’s supply of the Risk Production goods to any of its customers.
All Risk Production parts are subject to, without limitation, Articles 18.2 and 19.2 of the Terms and Conditions.
TAEC reserves the right in its sole discretion to determine whether to accept extra engineering sample or Risk Production orders.



More definitions of Risk Production

Risk Production means the fabrication of Products, prior to formal acceptance of the production units.