IMTMA Training Centre

Design For Manufacturing & Assembly


Focus Areas

  • DFMA - Introduction & Comparable Paradigms
  • Design For Assembly
  • Selection of Materials
  • Design for Process Capability
  • Product Design For Manual Assembly
  • Design Guidelines for Manufacturing
    • Castings
    • Forgings
    • Machining
    • Molded Plastic Parts
    • Sheet Metal Parts
    • Pressure Die Castings
  • Design For Environment
  • Design For Poka-Yoke
  • Concurrent Costing

Background

Quality, Cost and Delivery (QCD) are the key elements which make a product successful in the global competitive scenario. Design For Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA) is a set of guidelines developed to ensure that a product is designed so that it can be easily and efficiently manufactured and assembled with a minimum of effort, time, and cost. DFMA will help designers to build quality into robust design at least cost.  In addition to achieving quicker product development and reducing cost of product development, DFMA also ensures that the transition from the design phase to the production phase is as smooth and rapid as possible.

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