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Tolerance Stack Ups 501: Going Beyond Mechanical Fit and Into Predictive Design
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In bringing a new product to market, it is a progressive process to consider and then optimize mechanical designs for manufacturability. Early on, it’s critical to learn the fundamentals of what can and cannot be manufactured. But there’s another step in the learning process: what can be done, but probably shouldn’t be done.
“High effort” designs can result in high costs, long lead times, and lower yields, while “low effort” designs result in fewer machining setups, higher machine availability, faster tool speeds, and less scrap -- which means lower costs and faster lead times.
This webinar will dive into topics from Fictiv’s DFM for CNC Master Class.
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Sr. Technical Applications Engineer, Fictiv
David Cagle is a Senior Technical Applications Engineer at Fictiv and a highly experienced senior design engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the medical device industry. He has built 1k+ CNC parts, 500+ IM parts, with over 18 patents and counting with Pratt and Whitney, Johnson and Johnson, and Verb Surgical.