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Best Practices for successful implementation of DFMPro: Part 2

To read part I of the blog on best implementation strategies for automotive industry click here DFMPro helps organizations bring in a standardized approach towards “Design for manufacturing” to eliminate downstream issues, design rework, cost overruns and produce high quality products. Till date, DFMPro has assisted hundreds of customers in various domains to achieve their individual […]

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Best Practices for successful implementation of DFMPro: Part 1

DFMPro helps organizations bring in a standardized approach towards “Design for manufacturing” to eliminate downstream issues, design rework, cost overruns and produce high quality products. Till date, DFMPro has assisted hundreds of customers in various domains to achieve their individual targets and become more efficient. There are multiple approaches which can be taken to derive […]

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WINNING WITH ASSEMBLY DESIGN

With a major responsibility of part performance on its shoulders, Design for Assembly aka DFA spells efficiency for industries worldwide. A frequent in electro-mechanical industry, Assembly is no alien to industries like sports, fast fashion and the like. While industrial specifications might call for customization, standard design practices for Assembly parts are (and, should) be […]

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WHAT’S THE NAME OF THE GAME?

Ice-skating

A rush of adrenaline, A flush of excitement, Shush! One says to another, A soft thud instigating collective sighs, A whole nation rooting for a cause, Cheering without pause as Winter ebbs away Winter Olympics is all we can think of ! And just like the mismatched verses above, Olympics’ primary tools of trade is […]

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What’s new in DFMPro v5.2 for Creo Parametric

The latest release of DFMPro for Creo introduces additional rules with promising benefits for users of organizations dedicated to (or, using) assembly and manufacturing processes like Die Casting, Injection Molding and Sheet Metal. Following Rules are added: Assembly Rules: 1. Bolt and Screw Rationalization: Optimizing the head type is another way for rationalization. If the […]

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Factors Affecting the Strict Adherence to Design Rules – Part I

Practical Adherence to Design Rules – a Matter of Choice? So, you have designed successful parts with sharp inside corners, uneven walls, thick ribs, low draft angles, etc. Based on this, you feel strict compliance to these rules may be an overkill. You further feel that taking care of these design requirements adds unnecessary time […]

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In Safe Hands

Product Safety: In pursuit of achieving a part with new and better functionality at an optimized price, a lot of consideration is invested into a design. But often times, the consideration does not include ‘safety’. Even when it does include ‘safety’ considerations, the end users of the final product are usually preferred over the ones […]

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Integral Guidelines for Easy 3D Printing

Why 3D Printing? Additive manufacturing, often known as 3D printing is a process which is used to manufacture parts by the way of binding material layer by layer. Unlike subtractive manufacturing this technology is based on adding material layer by layer. Widely used across variegated industries like aerospace, defense, automotive, consumer products, medical and the […]

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