Boothroyd Dewhurst, Wakefield, RI, announced Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFMA®) 2019 software for analyzing parts and assemblies. DFMA utilizes a question-and-answer interface that identifies opportunities for substantial cost reduction in a product. By applying industry-tested minimum part count criteria, the software finds parts that can be consolidated/eliminated while maintaining functionality. New CAD calculators allow users to utilize more cost driver information directly from a 3D model. More than 200 data inputs across 27 process groups and more than 100 machining operations are included. New graphical windows, charts, and reports are included for engineering and management that make comparisons between legacy designs and new concepts easy to analyze. Parts and assemblies can be compared for time and labor, along with costs for manufacturing piece parts, manufacturing tools, assembly tools, assembly processes, and all material aspects of product development.
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