Designing for Manufacturability – Can Your Design Really Be Produced?
There are a lot of practical considerations when designing parts for manufacturability.
This presentation covers the necessary factors that one must consider when looking to manufacture their product. These considerations range from cost and materials to the intended need and purpose of the product.
Attendees will learn about the steps taken to recognize a part’s manufacturability as well as understand the importance of having a partner that is willing to address issues and suggest necessary improvements. In addition, attendees will get to hear an industry expert walk through real-life scenarios of bringing a product from design to development.
Attendees will walk away with a true understanding of how to ensure production efficiency and quality while taking care of potential product problems in the design itself.
- Learn why it is important to have relationships with partners that you can rely on to help you address issues and find design improvements
- Discover the many options and choices when it comes to materials
- Understand the variable manufacturing processes between regions
- Learn why sometimes perfection is not necessary
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