With design for manufacturing, our design process focused on the design over its cost, but always keeping in mind how parts needed to be made. With manufacturing at the core of a design, we're able to fix potential problems in the design phase rather than after production. In many cases, the end product is made up of an assembly of different pieces to simplify manufacturing or to achieve specific design goals. Each piece represents a certain tolerance and put together, things might not work or fit if they weren’t accounted for in the design.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM CAM AND DESIGN MANUFACTURING FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERS WITH AUTODESK FUSION 360
Learned new things and concepts about CAD/CAM. Course was interesting and filled with content.
The overall journey of exploring the series of this specialization is amazing. I have never expected that I have a lot to learn during this process.
Its a extremely well and useful program (course) that I learnt.
Well directed course; Lots of basics to learn and one needs to regularly revisit to brush up the concepts and realize the importance
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