When would I need Design for Assembly?

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As a manufacturer looking to reduce production time, cost and cycle times. DfA becomes very beneficial when the product is produced in high volumes or requires tight tolerances. In these cases, customers will demand higher quality products at faster rates than ever before. For example, medical device manufacturers are required to produce their devices faster than ever without compromising efficiency or quality levels by investing more resources into equipment and people which results in increased costs for both employer and employee.


An effective design process allows companies to identify potential problems before entering mass production, allowing them to find solutions early on during the design phase rather than after critical changes have already been made leading up to mass production.


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