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manufacture

The production, preparation, propagation, compounding, conversion or processing of any item, either directly or indirectly, by extraction from substances of natural origin or independently by means of chemical synthesis, or by a combination of extraction and chemical synthesis, and which includes any packaging or repackaging of the substance or labelling or relabelling of its container.
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Design reviews are conducted with teams on different aspects such as functionality, manufacturability, serviceability and cost, to solicit their critical input during early design stages.
A product like DFMPro, which validates the manufacturability of designs right at the design stage, helps address this issue, and eliminates manufacturability concerns of any design", said Muthukumar Viswanathan, Practice Director, Frost & Sullivan.
In addition to actual contract manufacturing, Incap provides its customers with production-related manufacturability design, electronics, software and mechanics design, and testing design services.
Produces a scalable framework for manufacturability knowledge capture and reuse
But this doesn't preclude a designer from performing a manufacturability validation of their own, as they have a different set of problems to look for.
Following are four examples in which casting process modeling combined with other computer modeling to optimize cast component manufacturability.
Today, leading manufacturers are continuing to push the envelope, and exploring the concept of design for manufacturability.
Open Design for Manufacturability (OpenDFM) is an open standard from Si2 that uses pattern descriptors, instead of DRC rules, to describe the intent of physical verification and DFM optimization.
Paul Lalinde from Motorola Solutions will also be presenting on the topic of 'Automating Manufacturability checks with DFMPro' during the partner track session at 11:00 AM on June 14, 2011 in the Octavius 20 room.
Specifically, providing formal manufacturability feedback early in the design phase is critical to ensure success for today's medical device manufacturers.
That approach was clearly inappropriate this time around because it failed to address manufacturability.
More sophisticated software programs further enhance the beneficial aspects of CAE to improve product quality and manufacturability.