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Design for Manufacturability

Design for Manufacturability methodologies and tools; quality management (Taguchi, PDF, SPC, etc.); material selection (new and traditional materials); designing for primary manufacturing processes (cutting fundamentals, casting, forming, and shaping); designing with plastics (snap-fits, integral hinges, etc.); design for assembly (DFA); design for inspection and metrology (datums, geometric tolerancing, inspection equipment); computer integrated manufacturing (CIM). 

Credits: 
3
Semester: 
3