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Rework in Product Engineering- An Infographic

Rework in Product Engineering: An Infographic Engineering organization in almost all industries are dealing with costly and time-consuming design changes occurring at later stages of product development. As per our estimates at least 30%-50% of design time and effort is spent on “rework” though these Engineering Changes. Though some design changes are unavoidable and arise …

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A Holistic Approach to Robust Plastic Product Design, Part II

This is my second blog post in a series of six about “Holistic Approach to Robust Plastic Product Design”. You can read part I of the series here. Today I will talk about different types of plastic part defects and the common causes of defects. There are 2 types of defects – near term and …

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Engineering Efficiency: How to Get More For Less

Engineering Efficiency: How to Get More For Less! With hundreds of new automotive models scheduled to launch over the next decade, automotive manufacturers, from OEMs to suppliers are striving to streamline design and engineering to speed up new launches and keep up with the growing demand. The 2013 IHS automotive Global Light Vehicle (LV) forecast …

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A Holistic Approach to Robust Plastic Product Design, Part I

Today we have a guest post from Vikram Bhargava. Vikram is a Fellow of the Society of Plastics Engineers and past chairman of its Product Design and Development Division. For 40 years, he has worked in the area of development, manufacturing and management, especially in plastics. He has recently retired as the Director of Mechanical …

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