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Design for manufacturability (DFM) is a broadly-implemented step in today’s development process to ensure that a designed product can actually be manufactured. While the concept sounds simple, there are nuances to every supplier relationship and every new process.
Three suppliers—a contract manufacturer, additive manufacturer and plastics company—will each spend 15 minutes answering the following question: With orthopaedic customers, our greatest DFM pain point is ___ and the best strategy to change that is ___.
OEMs will learn best practices and ways to approach DFM with their supplier partners.