Design for Manufacturing Course Selection of Process and Material

Design For Manufacturing - DFM Course 3: Selection of Process and Material

on June 16, 2014

The third installment of the Design for Manufacturing course is focused on the selection of process and material for the hardware products you’re building.

One of the things to think about as you build a prototype and get it working is how to take it to the next step and get ready to scale. This is where things that may have seemed easy in prototyping become incredibly important to get right upfront because the decisions you make early on are going to cast a very long shadow and often dictate whether your product ultimately succeeds or fails.

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Scott N. Miller

Scott has been fascinated with hardware since he was old enough to hold a screwdriver. He worked on a robotic tuna fish, life-size robotic dinosaurs for Disney Imagineering, and robotic baby dolls with Hasbro, before joining iRobot where he was responsible for leading the Roomba team to scale the functional prototype to high-volume production of the first three million units.

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