Manufacturing Guidelines for Product Design: the complete guide in 2020

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Manufacturing Guidelines for Product Design.

Competition is the keyword in today’s marketing environment. The major goal of the companies worldwide is to conceptualize, design, and produce products that not only satisfy the customer’s requirements and wants but also are competitive from a value as well as quality point of view.

But it has been observed that our stock design and development cycle usually follows a traditional/conventional approach that leads to a lot of non-value-added features in the product. Furthermore, these features also increase the manufacturing cost of the product.

Therefore, there is an imminent need to acquaint the engineers and managers with the concept of design thinking that involves an integrated approach of combining the functions of design and manufacturing (including assembly).

The integrated method will certainly improve the product designers to come up with designs that satisfy the customer demands, offer excellent quality in terms of setting and maintenance, and are simple to manufacture at a reasonable cost.

The Manufacturing Guidelines course contents will surely calculate the value to the knowledge base of the product and method designers and will orient their thought process in the direction of integrating the manufacturing function with the design stage of the product development cycle.

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41 Lessons

Manufacturing Guidelines for Product Design

Manufacturing Guidelines for Product Design00:00:00
Product Design : Basics00:00:00
Introduction of Manufacturing Processes00:00:00
Manufacturing Processes : Advantages and Limitations-I00:00:00
Manufacturing Processes : Advantages and Limitations-II00:00:00
Process Capabilities : Basics00:00:00
Engineering Materials00:00:00
Properties of materials00:00:00
Selection of materials-I00:00:00
Selection of materials-II00:00:00
Applications of Engineering Material00:00:00
Robust design00:00:00
Design for X00:00:00
Product Design for Manual Assembly00:00:00
DFMA Guidelines00:00:00
Ergonomics in Product Design00:00:00
Selection of processes – I00:00:00
Selection of processes – II00:00:00
Process Capabilities.00:00:00
Design Guidelines for Sand Casting00:00:00
Design Guidelines for Die Casting00:00:00
Product Design Guidelines : Compression Molding and Extrusion00:00:00
Design Guidelines for Sheet Metal Working00:00:00
Design Guidelines for Machining00:00:00
Design Guidelines for Powder Metal Processing00:00:00
Assembly Processes : Introduction00:00:00
Adhesive Joining : Guidelines00:00:00
Design Guidelines for Mechanical Fasteners00:00:00
Design Guidelines for Welding00:00:00
Design guidelines : Brazing and Soldering00:00:00
Induction Welding : Plastics00:00:00
Ultrasonic Welding : Plastics00:00:00
Vibration and Spin Welding : Plastics00:00:00
Microwave Joining00:00:00
Hole making : Guidelines00:00:00
Design for Environment00:00:00
Design for Environment: Steps00:00:00
Product Architecture00:00:00
Product Design : Manufacturing Perspective00:00:00
Design Guidelines for Extrusion and Injection Molding00:00:00
Rapid Prototyping00:00:00
Manufacturing Guidelines for Product Design

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