These DFMA courses will help springboard your employee’s skills and abilities with best practices, tips, case studies, and more.
DFMA is important to monitor and implement throughout the development process so cost savings and design changes can be implemented early.
Share article: Design for Manufacturability (DFM) is the younger sibling to Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA) and cousins to Value Engineering, though sometimes the words are used interchangeably. No sense in splitting hairs, but Strictly speaking, DFM is concerned with the production of parts and low-level assemblies that will be later integrated at final […]
Product designs should have DFM and DFA in mind during the new product introduction phase to lay the groundwork for a successful lifecycle.