Design for Manufacturing: Why, how and when?

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Design for Manufacturing: Why, how and when?

Minimized risks, increased production speed and a lower cost price. A toolmaker’s Design for Manufacturing (DFM) expertise can have a large impact on your production process. But what is the most effective way to collaborate with a toolmaker? What kind of design changes can you expect and how exactly do those tweaks improve production? Where in the process is the toolmaker best involved? In short: what should you know about working with a toolmaker?