Design for manufacturability (DFM) is the engineering art of designing products in order to facilitate the manufacturing process and thereby reduce the product production cost. Addressing problems in the design phase provides the opportunity to correct them before costly mistakes are made.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
11 Chestnut Street, Amesbury, MA
You will learn:
the value added by working with a design engineer and how engaging early in the process can help you avoid costly rework down the line
how your IP might interfere with your ability to manufacture
what costs to expect when working with a design engineers, consultants, and prototypers
the importance of finding contract manufacturers that are interested in working with startups
how manufacturing consultants can assist with identifying the right manufacturers for you at the right time in your commercialization process
where to find the manufacturing resources that can serve your company’s commercialization needs
We will leave time for networking. Refreshments will be served.