A comprehensive design review process – from concept to production
A planned approach and a well thought-through set of deliverables at each stage can ensure a focused, efficient and fast review process, making it a true Poka Yoke tool which would prevent design deficiencies from being carried to the next phase of design. This webinar will describe the stages. This discussion will be restricted to molded plastic parts – which in most instances are complex for a typical product.
Cimdata webinar- design for excellence (DFx) approach for effective product realization
In this webinar, Attendees will learn about Macro trends in product realization, benefits of globally adopting a DFx approach and our DFx approach and solution.
Affordable innovation in the high-tech industry with upfront design for manufacturing (DFM)
This webinar describes how DFMPro can foster more cost-effective innovation by capturing your supplier knowledge and using it to enable designers to take intelligent decisions during early design stages.
Holistic approach to robust plastic product design
During the webinar, key speaker Vikram Bhargava, will explain a holistic approach for plastic part design. The webinar will also be interspersed with his insights to the role of Six Sigma in improving the entire process. A brief demonstration of automated design validation tool DFMPro will be demonstrated that can help avoid basic design errors from proceeding to the simulation or manufacturing stage.
Plastic part design and process capability – how and why are they related
In this webinar, Suhas Kulkarni, the author of the bestselling book ‘Robust Process Development and Scientific Molding’, covers the basics of injection molding and how to develop a robust process and whys of the process.
DFM considerations during design: perspective change from reactive to proactive
Learn from Honeywell Aerospace on how a proactive approach to Design for Manufacturing will help reduce manufacturing cost and improve time to market.
What’s new in DFMPro 4.0 for Creo Parametric
With the new version of DFMPro 4.0, Creo Parametric users can have much greater flexibility to design products for multiple processes, including additive manufacturing, tubing and sand casting and significantly reduce engineering change orders (ECOs) by getting their designs right the first time.
Build great designs with DFMPro for Creo parametric
In this webinar, Learn different features of DFMPro for Creo Parametric.
What’s new in DFMPro 4.0 for NX!
DFMPro 4.0 on NX provides new design for manufacturability support for next generation processes such as additive manufacturing and tubing as well as further strengthens its capability on existing modules.