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TRL (Technology Readiness Level) and MRL (Manufacture Readiness Level) Compared Helpsheet

Figuring out when your product is ready for manufacturing can be tricky. You don't want to release a product that isn't ready, but you also don't want to wait so long that your competition beats you to the market. So it's hard to figure out when your product is ready for prime time. Still, it's even harder when you have to take manufacturing readiness levels into account. MRL handles all aspects of putting your product into full-scale production, from engineering to procurement to quality control and logistics. TRL (technology readiness levels) are a good starting point, but they don't consider all those factors. This worksheet should help.

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TRL (Technology Readiness Level) and MRL (Manufacture Readiness Level) Compared Helpsheet
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What's the difference between TRL and MRL?

Manufacturing Readiness Levels (MRL): are used to assess the maturity of a technology, system, subsystem, or component from a manufacturing perspective.

Technology Readiness Levels (TRL): are used to check the maturity of individual technology.

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