Design for Manual Assembly

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Design for Assembly is a powerful tool that analyses a product for assembly difficulties. These difficulties are then addressed and designed out of the product, enabling the resulting re-design to be produced at lower cost. This practical course follows the Boothroyd & Dewhurst method, which is used by many world-class companies. As part of the course fee delegates are provided with a copy of the Boothroyd & Dewhurst manual (retail value £100), which contains charts and methodologies to enable delegates to immediately practise the techniques in their own workplace.

Course Content

Basic Theory of Manual Assembly Analysis
- The need for better assembly by design
- The Boothroyd Dewh…

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Design for Assembly is a powerful tool that analyses a product for assembly difficulties. These difficulties are then addressed and designed out of the product, enabling the resulting re-design to be produced at lower cost. This practical course follows the Boothroyd & Dewhurst method, which is used by many world-class companies. As part of the course fee delegates are provided with a copy of the Boothroyd & Dewhurst manual (retail value £100), which contains charts and methodologies to enable delegates to immediately practise the techniques in their own workplace.

Course Content

Basic Theory of Manual Assembly Analysis
- The need for better assembly by design
- The Boothroyd Dewhurst method
- Reducing part count to generate savings in material and overhead costs
- Part handling and fitting
- Categorising re-design ideas

Example of Analysis and Re-Design
- Comparing efficiency of different designs and assembly systems
- Improving manual assembly methods
- Ensuring parts are easy to handle, insert and fix

Improving Time-to-Market
- Identifying potential manufacturing problems early in the cycle

Product Analysis
- Re-design project
- Prioritising re-design ideas and increasing efficiency

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