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[Webinar] How To Enhance Productivity And Maximise Returns With Dfmpro For Nx

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Early consideration of manufacturability (DFM/DFA) challenges during the design stage itself shortens product development time, minimizes development cost, and ensures a smooth transition into production for quick time to market.

DFMPro is a powerful Design for Manufacturing & Assembly solution, fully integrated inside Siemens NX which facilitates upstream manufacturability validation and identification of areas of a design that are difficult, expensive or impossible to manufacture.

DFMPro aims to build a knowledge environment which helps designers achieve excellence in design process and improve productivity by eliminating rework. This is ably done by complementing and leveraging the powers of NX Checkmate framework to marry design and manufacturing side of product development. The benefits that can be achieved are manifold whose effects reverberate across the product lifecycle.

Automation and formalization of the design review process for manufacturability using best-practice knowledge and guidelines provided by DFMPro will make DFM validation process highly simple and cost effective. At the same time, design review teams will find the reporting functionality as a great assistant in ensuring design collaboration between departments, suppliers and vendors thus enabling faster turnaround times while providing inputs within product lifecycle.

When:

Date: Feb 22, 2017
Time: 11:00 AM EST

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In this webinar you will learn:

  • Key aspects of DFMPro that aim to make life easier for designers and reviewers
  • Explore relevant case studies that highlight how DFMPro facilitates continuous process improvement through knowledge capture and reuse
  • How to tackle today’s challenges of faster time to market with optimal cost and high quality product 8b052dd0-8179-4806-8b94-762a75f8e59f.png

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