Design for manufacturing or design for manufacturability (DFM) describes the process of engineering a product or part to facilitate easy production to reduce costs. DFM allows potential issues to be addressed in the design phase where it is most cost-efficient to fix. Type of raw material, dimensional tolerances and finishing are other factors affecting manufacturability. With the enormous design freedom provided by additive manufacturing (AM) technologies, Design for additive manufacturing is an emerging practice whereby functional performance and/or other key product life-cycle considerations such as manufacturability, reliability, and cost can be optimised subjected to the capabilities of AM technologies.
Titomic takes design for manufacturing to a whole new level by integrating material science with proprietary machines and a patented Titomic Kinetic Fusion process. Enjoy true design freedom without the constraints of existing traditional manufacturing methods.
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