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Six Lessons Learned from a Successful Design For Assembly Program

Six Lessons Learned DFA paper for May 2006 DFMA Forum.pdf  (8 pages)

Each company works with Design for Assembly (DFA) methods for different reasons.  Some companies want to take cost out of their products, some want to make more products in their factories, and some want to simplify the product to increase quality and reliability.  In a growing market a company wants to reduce labor content to get more products through the factory to meet demand without adding assembly workers.  And, in a growing market a company wants to reduce the required floor space required to meet demand without building another factory.  Remarkably, the goals are similar for Read the rest of this entry »

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