Why Is Design for Manufacture Important?

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It is an approach which has the aim of improving manufacturing productivity bringing major benefits when used in the design of new generations of products. It helps the team focus on clear and common objectives, encourages problem-ownership being shifted from area to area, uses a top-down approach to product design and can lead to a 25-30% reduction in production cost without capital investment in new facilities.
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