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Design for manufacturability (also sometimes known as design for manufacturing or DFM) is the general engineering art of designing products in such a way that they are easy to manufacture. DFM for plastic part involves many important factors that touch on all areas of part design, tooling, material selection and production. First, it is essential to build parts around functional needs by keeping design intent or the end use in mind. Consider weight reductions, the elimination of fabrication and assembly steps, improving structural components, reducing costs and getting products to market quicker.

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Solid Modeling
Surface Modeling
Assembly design
product design requirements
Automotive Plastics -Materials and Applications
Plastics product design fundamentals
Interior Trims
Interior parts and naming Convention
Injection Molding (Tool) Design basics
Interior Trims Design Standards
Interior trims CAD Modeling
Injection Molding Deffects
Assembly and joining process
Analyse Moldflow Reports
Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing
Best Practices on Interior Trims
Design Timing Estimation data management
Solid Modeling
Surface Modeling
Assembly design
Industry Requirements
New design
2D to 3D conversions
Unparametric to parametric conversions
Engineering changes
Developing Criteria sections
working with Customer standards
Working with Assemblies
Drafting and Detailing
Production drawings
Assembly drawings
Co-Ordinate systems
Body lines
Quality checking system
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