Design for "X" and Design for Manufacturing/Assembly
- Monday, May 18, 2020 at 11:00am
- Free Webinar
Manufacturers are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in different ways. Some are surge hiring to produce essential products, while others are scaling back or laying off valuable workers. Though there is uncertainty about the future, one thing is for sure: when the crisis is over, a trained and ready workforce will be critical to our economic recovery.
In anticipation of that day, we have developed a series of webinars to address specific aspects of onboarding and training that are applicable whether your business is surge hiring to address critical shortages or gearing up to restart production. These FREE, one-hour sessions will help you prepare your workforce for the challenges ahead.
Design for X (DFX) is sometimes called Design for Excellence or Design for Everything. DFX is a process to achieve improvements in your products and manufacturing processes, along with a product’s quality, cost and time to market. The process requires that all inputs, goals, and constraints be shared early in the development process of the product. Design for Manufacturing (DFM) is an improvement in the relative ease of manufacturing and assembly of a product at the earliest possible stage of design. The DFM process roadmap provides timely, step-by-step actions from product concept to delivery. Attendees can receive a 10% discount on the Certified Manufacturing Technologist (CMfgT) Exam and/or the Certified Manufacturing Engineer (CMfgE) exam. Ask your presenter for details.
- Elva Dorsey