– Applying general engineering art of designing products and sub-systems in such a way that they are easy to manufacture. The DFM process exists in almost all engineering disciplines, but the implementation differs widely depending on the manufacturing technology;
– Addressing potential dimensional tolerance, raw materials, supply-chain hardware, quality, testing, primary fabrication and secondary processing problems in the design phase which is the least expensive place to address them to meet and/or exceed fit, form, and functionality requirements in the most cost effective and timely manner to maximize new product success.
Method of Fabrication
Raw Material Type and Properties
Material Size and Shape
Ease of Manufacturing
Fix Problems in the Design Phase
Finish, Texture, and Treatments
Functional Yield Loss
Six Sigma Process Improvements
Test-Related Yield Losses
Parametric Design Marginalities
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