I don’t expect all manufacturers to stay within the United States, but at least pay for quality control wherever you take your factory.
One of our number one guitar companies has a factory in Mexico that makes guitars that are nearly equal in value to their American made guitars, but the price is much lower to reflect the faster turn-around and the difference in wages.
Regardless, their quality control for the Mexican factory is still drastically high compared to several other guitar manufacturers within that price range. This corporation realized a long time ago that it’s not necessarily about where something is made as long as the chosen factory understands the market demands and has a quality control team funded from the start. Some of the purchases I make provide me a different reaction sadly. This window air conditioning that I purchased last year has been slowly falling apart ever since I took it out of the box and first installed it in the window in our kitchen upstairs. It was much louder than our aged window air conditioning upon the first day of use. The noise in the window a/c has only gotten worse with prolonged use. I guess the fan motor for the window a/c causes parts to vibrate as it oscillates during use. Now it’s a rattling mess and I’m wondering why I didn’t return the window a/c to the store after trying it for the first time. I actually could have gotten a refund given the frustrations that I’m facing with this horrible machine.
Indoor air cleaning system