DFMA Conference to Address Total Product Cost

Boothroyd Dewhurst Inc. will host the International Forum on Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFMA) on June 7-8 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Providence-Warwick, RI. This year’s conference theme is “DFMA Design Decision: Understanding Total Product Cost.”

Boothroyd Dewhurst Inc. will host the International Forum on Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFMA) on June 7-8 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Providence-Warwick, RI. This year’s conference theme is “DFMA Design Decision: Understanding Total Product Cost.”

Presenters at the Forum will discuss how making the right design decisions early in development can have a substantial impact on total product cost.  The use of DFMA to help choose the right structures, materials, processes and labor has become critical given that companies get few second chances in today’s global markets.  Additionally, the benefits of improved reliability and time-to-market that come with DFMA will be addressed by various speakers.

“Manufacturers today are striving to tighten their supply chains and move closer to key markets,” said John Gilligan, president of Boothroyd Dewhurst, Inc. “They are also taking a hard look at whether or not their product designs help them downstream with demand fulfilment and throughput. The right designs should reach customers quickly with the high quality and performance characteristics they need. The DFMA Forum is where people learn about what tools and strategies succeed in meeting these goals and in optimizing total product cost.”

Speakers will include Boeing, Medtronic, Kohler, Dynisco and Woodward. Nick Dewhurst, executive vice president of Boothroyd Dewhurst, Inc., together with David Meeker and Chris Tsai, will focus on the “DFMA Design Decision” theme of this year’s conference.

For information on the 2016 International DFMA Forum on Design for Manufacture and Assembly, and the pre-conference workshop, go to http://www.dfma.com/forum/index.html.

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