Design for Manufacturability

Design for Manufacturability: How to Use Concurrent Engineering to Rapidly Develop Low-Cost, High-Quality Products for Lean Production shows how to use concurrent engineering teams to design products for all aspects of manufacturing with ...

Design for Manufacturability

Author: David M. Anderson

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1482204940

Page: 486

View: 834

Design for Manufacturability: How to Use Concurrent Engineering to Rapidly Develop Low-Cost, High-Quality Products for Lean Production shows how to use concurrent engineering teams to design products for all aspects of manufacturing with the lowest cost, the highest quality, and the quickest time to stable production. Extending the concepts of design for manufacturability to an advanced product development model, the book explains how to simultaneously make major improvements in all these product development goals, while enabling effective implementation of Lean Production and quality programs. Illustrating how to make the most of lessons learned from previous projects, the book proposes numerous improvements to current product development practices, education, and management. It outlines effective procedures to standardize parts and materials, save time and money with off-the-shelf parts, and implement a standardization program. It also spells out how to work with the purchasing department early on to select parts and materials that maximize quality and availability while minimizing part lead-times and ensuring desired functionality. Describes how to design families of products for Lean Production, build-to-order, and mass customization Emphasizes the importance of quantifying all product and overhead costs and then provides easy ways to quantify total cost Details dozens of design guidelines for product design, including assembly, fastening, test, repair, and maintenance Presents numerous design guidelines for designing parts for manufacturability Shows how to design in quality and reliability with many quality guidelines and sections on mistake-proofing (poka-yoke) Describing how to design parts for optimal manufacturability and compatibility with factory processes, the book provides a big picture perspective that emphasizes designing for the lowest total cost and time to stable production. After reading this book you will understand how to reduce total costs, ramp up quickly to volume production without delays or extra cost, and be able to scale up production rapidly so as not to limit growth.

Design for Manufacturability Handbook

If you want to achieve world-class quality and economy in your manufacturing operations--this is the book that will help you save time and materials...reduce expenses...stimulate new ideas...improve job performance...and make better design ...

Design for Manufacturability Handbook

Author: James G. Bralla

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071501781

Page: 1368

View: 519

From raw materials ... to machining and casting ... to assembly and finishing, the Second Edition of this classic guide will introduce you to the principles and procedures of Design for Manufacturability (DFM)Ñthe art of developing high-quality products for the lowest possible manufacturing cost. Written by over 70 experts in manufacturing and product design, this update features cutting-edge techniques for every stage of manufacturingÑplus entirely new chapters on DFM for Electronics, DFX (Designing for all desirable attributes), DFM for Low-Quality Production, and Concurrent Engineering.

Nanoscale CMOS VLSI Circuits Design for Manufacturability

Cutting-Edge CMOS VLSI Design for Manufacturability Techniques This detailed guide offers proven methods for optimizing circuit designs to increase the yield, reliability, and manufacturability of products and mitigate defects and failure.

Nanoscale CMOS VLSI Circuits  Design for Manufacturability

Author: Sandip Kundu

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071635203

Page: 316

View: 896

Cutting-Edge CMOS VLSI Design for Manufacturability Techniques This detailed guide offers proven methods for optimizing circuit designs to increase the yield, reliability, and manufacturability of products and mitigate defects and failure. Covering the latest devices, technologies, and processes, Nanoscale CMOS VLSI Circuits: Design for Manufacturability focuses on delivering higher performance and lower power consumption. Costs, constraints, and computational efficiencies are also discussed in the practical resource. Nanoscale CMOS VLSI Circuits covers: Current trends in CMOS VLSI design Semiconductor manufacturing technologies Photolithography Process and device variability: analyses and modeling Manufacturing-Aware Physical Design Closure Metrology, manufacturing defects, and defect extraction Defect impact modeling and yield improvement techniques Physical design and reliability DFM tools and methodologies

Tool and Manufacturing Engineers Handbook Design for Manufacturability

Covers topics starting with the creative thinking process, to combining DFM with geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. Also includes product design information that designers should know when committing pen to paper or mouse to mat.

Tool and Manufacturing Engineers Handbook  Design for Manufacturability

Author: Thomas J. Drozda

Publisher: Society of Manufacturing Engineers

ISBN: 0872634027

Page: 750

View: 242

Addresses important topics of DFM, including how it relates to concurrent engineering, management issues, getting started in DFM, how to justify using DFM, applying quality tools and how DFM is affecting computer technology (and vice versa). Covers topics starting with the creative thinking process, to combining DFM with geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. Also includes product design information that designers should know when committing pen to paper or mouse to mat.

Design for Manufacturability and Statistical Design

The ultimate goal of DFM is to improve our understanding of the interaction
between design and manufacturing with appropriate quantitative models that
enable appropriate tuning of both the design and the fabrication process. It is
only with ...

Design for Manufacturability and Statistical Design

Author: Michael Orshansky

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387690115

Page: 316

View: 417

Design for Manufacturability and Statistical Design: A Comprehensive Approach presents a comprehensive overview of methods that need to be mastered in understanding state-of-the-art design for manufacturability and statistical design methodologies. Broadly, design for manufacturability is a set of techniques that attempt to fix the systematic sources of variability, such as those due to photolithography and CMP. Statistical design, on the other hand, deals with the random sources of variability. Both paradigms operate within a common framework, and their joint comprehensive treatment is one of the objectives of this book and an important differentation.

Design for Manufacturability and Yield for Nano Scale CMOS

Design for manufacturability (DFM) in its broad definition stands for the
methodology of ensuring that a product can be manufactured repeatedly,
consistently, reliably, and cost effectively by taking all the measures needed for
that goal starting ...

Design for Manufacturability and Yield for Nano Scale CMOS

Author: Charles Chiang

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402051883

Page: 255

View: 159

This book walks the reader through all the aspects of manufacturability and yield in a nano-CMOS process. It covers all CAD/CAE aspects of a SOC design flow and addresses a new topic (DFM/DFY) critical at 90 nm and beyond. This book is a must read book the serious practicing IC designer and an excellent primer for any graduate student intent on having a career in IC design or in EDA tool development.

Design for Manufacturability

Manufacturability” is the ability to make large numbers of identical products (IC
devices), with substantially reproducible parameters in time and in space. Of
course, these devices must perform a useful function, but that is ensured by their
 ...

Design for Manufacturability

Author: Artur Balasinski

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1461417619

Page: 278

View: 940

This book explains integrated circuit design for manufacturability (DfM) at the product level (packaging, applications) and applies engineering DfM principles to the latest standards of product development at 22 nm technology nodes. It is a valuable guide for layout designers, packaging engineers and quality engineers, covering DfM development from 1D to 4D, involving IC design flow setup, best practices, links to manufacturing and product definition, for process technologies down to 22 nm node, and product families including memories, logic, system-on-chip and system-in-package.

Nano CMOS Design for Manufacturability

1.1 VALUE OF DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURABILITY Many designers are still
unclear as to the value of having design for manufacturability (DFM) inserted into
their design flow, simply because DFM requires additional resources (tool cost ...

Nano CMOS Design for Manufacturability

Author: Ban P. Wong

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470382813

Page: 408

View: 994

Discover innovative tools that pave the way from circuit and physical design to fabrication processing Nano-CMOS Design for Manufacturability examines the challenges that design engineers face in the nano-scaled era, such as exacerbated effects and the proven design for manufacturability (DFM) methodology in the midst of increasing variability and design process interactions. In addition to discussing the difficulties brought on by the continued dimensional scaling in conformance with Moore's law, the authors also tackle complex issues in the design process to overcome the difficulties, including the use of a functional first silicon to support a predictable product ramp. Moreover, they introduce several emerging concepts, including stress proximity effects, contour-based extraction, and design process interactions. This book is the sequel to Nano-CMOS Circuit and Physical Design, taking design to technology nodes beyond 65nm geometries. It is divided into three parts: Part One, Newly Exacerbated Effects, introduces the newly exacerbated effects that require designers' attention, beginning with a discussion of the lithography aspects of DFM, followed by the impact of layout on transistor performance Part Two, Design Solutions, examines how to mitigate the impact of process effects, discussing the methodology needed to make sub-wavelength patterning technology work in manufacturing, as well as design solutions to deal with signal, power integrity, WELL, stress proximity effects, and process variability Part Three, The Road to DFM, describes new tools needed to support DFM efforts, including an auto-correction tool capable of fixing the layout of cells with multiple optimization goals, followed by a look ahead into the future of DFM Throughout the book, real-world examples simplify complex concepts, helping readers see how they can successfully handle projects on Nano-CMOS nodes. It provides a bridge that allows engineers to go from physical and circuit design to fabrication processing and, in short, make designs that are not only functional, but that also meet power and performance goals within the design schedule.

Design For Manufacturability

... MANAGEMENT Plan Analyse Control FABRICATION Define Evaluate 1/0
Stock ENGINEERING Formulate Design Manufacturing Plant operations Need
verification Quality control and testing Product principle design Manufacturing
principle ...

Design For Manufacturability

Author: Martin Helander

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780748400096

Page: 409

View: 238

This work on a systems approach to ergonomic design-manufacturing includes information on ease of manual/automatic assembly, biomechanical, cognitive and perceptual workload, task allocation, job satisfaction, socio-technical systems design,

Design for Manufacturing

4.1 INTRODUCTION Generally during the early stages of part design the
procedures followed by a designer will result in ... In this chapter, we will discuss
methods by which designers can perform more formal quantitative
manufacturability ...

Design for Manufacturing

Author: Corrado Poli

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0080503942

Page: 424

View: 669

Design for Manufacturing assists anyone not familiar with various manufacturing processes in better visualizing and understanding the relationship between part design and the ease or difficulty of producing the part. Decisions made during the early conceptual stages of design have a great effect on subsequent stages. In fact, quite often more than 70% of the manufacturing cost of a product is determined at this conceptual stage, yet manufacturing is not involved. Through this book, designers will gain insight that will allow them to assess the impact of their proposed design on manufacturing difficulty. The vast majority of components found in commercial batch-manufactured products, such as appliances, computers and office automation equipment are either injection molded, stamped, die cast, or (occasionally) forged. This book emphasizes these particular, most commonly implemented processes. In addition to chapters on these processes, the book touches upon material process selection, general guidelines for determining whether several components should be combined into a single component or not, communications, the physical and mechanical properties of materials, tolerances, and inspection and quality control. In developing the DFM methods presented in this book, he has worked with over 30 firms specializing in injection molding, die-casting, forging and stamping. Implements a philosophy which allows for easier and more economic production of designs Educates designers about manufacturing Emphasizes the four major manufacturing processes

Product Development and Design for Manufacturing

B. Freeman, The Hewlett-Packard Deskjet: Flexible Assembly and Design for
Manufacturability, p. 50-54, CIM Review, Fall, 1990. 11.22 REFERENCES 1. R.V.
Ayres, Complexity, Reliability, and Design: Manufacturing Implications, ...

Product Development and Design for Manufacturing

Author: John Priest

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1420026828

Page: 456

View: 217

"Outlines best practices and demonstrates how to desgin in quality for successful development of hardware and software products. Offers systematic applications failored to particular market environments. Discusses Internet issues, electronic commerce, and supply chain."

Integrating Design and Manufacturing for Competitive Advantage

PAUL S. ADLER As firms experience greater pressure on new product time to
market, the management of the design-manufacturing interface becomes a more
important competitive variable. Too often, designs are "thrown over the wall" to ...

Integrating Design and Manufacturing for Competitive Advantage

Author: Gerald I. Susman

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195362589

Page: 320

View: 788

With more emphasis being placed on the cost and quality of new products and on reducing the lead time to develop them, attention is turning to the increasingly important topic of design for manufacturing (DFM). This involves the collaboration among research and development, manufacturing, and other company functions and is aimed at accelerating the new product development process from product conception to market introduction. A company can create a competitive advantage for itself by managing the process and its related organizational dynamics effectively. This collection of essays focuses on the development of strategic capabilities through use of DFM tools and practices, the role of DFM in specific product development phases, and the social, political, and cultural context within which DFM is introduced.

Internet Applications in Product Design and Manufacturing

Above all, suppliers may be involved throughout the entire NPD process to carry
out Design for Manufacturability analyses to ensure that the product is delivered
effectively and efficiently. The word "early" in Early Supplier Involvement can be ...

Internet Applications in Product Design and Manufacturing

Author: George Q. Huang

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540434658

Page: 272

View: 769

This book deals with Web applications in product design and manufacture, thus filling an information gap in digital manufacturing in the Internet era. It helps both developers and users to appreciate the potentials, as well as difficulties, in developing and adopting Web applications. The objective is to equip potential users and practitioners of Web applications with a better appreciation of the technology. In addition, Web application developers and new researchers in this field will gain a clearer understanding of the selection of system architecture and design, development and implementation techniques, and deployment strategies. The book is divided into two main parts. The first part gives an overview of Web and Internet and the second explains eight typical Web applications.

Product Development

This book is the perfect accompaniment. This instructional reference work can be used in the traditional classroom, in professional continuing education courses or for self-study.

Product Development

Author: Anil Mital

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0080556418

Page: 448

View: 124

Today’s product development teams have to comprise an integrated group of professionals working from the very beginning of new product planning through design creation and design review and then on to manufacturing planning and cost accounting. More graduate and professional training programs are aimed at meeting that need by creating a better understanding of how to integrate and speed up the entire product development process. This book is the perfect accompaniment. This instructional reference work can be used in the traditional classroom, in professional continuing education courses or for self-study. This book has a ready audience among graduate students in mechanical and industrial engineering, as well as in many MBA programs focused on manufacturing management. This is a global need that will find a receptive readership in the industrialized world, particularly the rapidly developing industrial economies of South Asia and Southeast Asia. First text/reference to cover product development from initial product concept and engineering design to design specs, manufacturability and product marketing Reviews the precepts of Product design in a step-by-step structured process Helps the reader to understand the connection between initial design and interim and final design, including design review and materials selection Offers insight into roles played by product functionality, ease-of'assembly, maintenance and durability, and their interaction with cost estimation and manufacturability

Collaborative Product Design and Manufacturing Methodologies and Applications

Manufacturability evaluation focuses on product design and verification, to
suggest modifications or redesign alternatives that are functionally acceptable
and compatible with the selected manufacturing processes. Such evaluations are
 ...

Collaborative Product Design and Manufacturing Methodologies and Applications

Author: Wei Dong Li

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1846288029

Page: 308

View: 917

Collaborative Product Design and Manufacturing Methodologies and Applications introduces a wide spectrum of collaborative engineering issues in design and manufacturing. It offers state-of-the-art chapters written by international experts from academia and industry, and reflects the most up-to-date R & D work and applications, especially those from the last three to five years. The book will serve as an essential reference for academics, upper-level undergraduate and graduate students and practicing professionals.