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DFM for CNC Master Class: How to Optimize DFM for Complex Mechanical Designs

Wednesday December 9, 2020,  10am PST / 1pm EST

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In this webinar, we explore how to reduce manufacturing effort in the most complex designs applicable to industries such as medical devices, robotics, and aerospace. Here we will specify key risk mitigation strategies for high precision, high geometric complexity, and extreme part sizes (large and small).

You’ll walk away knowing:

  • When design parameters transition into the maximum manufacturing effort region
  • Techniques for reducing effort even at the edge of manufacturability
  • When to transition from CNC machining to other manufacturing processes

This webinar is part of the DFM for CNC Master Class Module 3, "Optimizing DFM for Complex Mechanical Designs"

Hosted by

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William Burke

Co-Founder and CEO, Five Flute

William has over 10 years of experience as a product design engineer, including his experience as the director of engineering at leading technical product design firm, Cooper Perkins. At Five Flute, he is building dedicated tools for mechanical engineers and product developers. www.fiveflute.com

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David Cagle

Senior Mechanical Applications Engineer, Fictiv

David is 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). (Pratt and Whitney (AeroSpace), Johnson and Johnson (medical devices), Verb Surgical (medical robotics).

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Gregg Miner

Gregg Miner, Owner, Gregg Miner Development (GMD)

Gregg Miner is a product development specialist with more than 500 different products under his belt, with experience working on teams at Facebook Oculus, Apple, and The North Face. The first product Gregg ever made was his first car under the tutelage of his grandfather – and he hasn’t stopped building since. Gregg holds a Bachelor’s degree in industrial design.

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