Design for Manufacturability Accelerates New Product Pipeline

The world of product development has changed dramatically in 2020. Thousands of
manufacturers across all verticals are re-aligning their 2020 product plans. Ramping
back up to full productivity will require new ideas and new techniques.

One such technique is design for manufacturability (DFM). DFM is the engineering practice of designing products to optimize their manufacturing ease and cost given form, fit, and function requirements. Tying manufacturability issues directly to design decisions will reduce product costs and development time.

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