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Design with less parts and same functionality: Design For Assembly & Manufacturability

Ives De Saeger

For the past two decades, Ives has specialized in process innovation. Ives is the founder of Arkite NV, a well-known TRIZ researcher and the author of "Grenzeling, Think Outside the Sector" a business novel. Today he helps company making Industry 4.0 easy.

Course Overview

This course can be ordered at several providing companies.

The pressure to design products cheaper, faster and more innovative has not gone unnoticed by most companies. With the increasing globalization, there is a need to become more creative in terms of inventing new products, solving concrete conflicts, assessing risks.

Target audience Design engineers, R&D engineers, product developers.

The participant learns and uses different design techniques, their possibilities, limitations and areas of application. Through exercises he becomes familiar with the variety of techniques. In this way he is put on the way to improve and / or refine his own products. 

The emphasis is on practicing and devising alternatives in which existing analysis technique DFA . It is advisable to follow also FMEA (extra course) and TRIZ (extra course) . The advantages and disadvantages of each technique are clearly underlined. The course focuses on the “pure” technique without extensive discussion about how to introduce this technique in the organization, how to tackle a project, how to meet. 

Course Features

  • Lessons 1
  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration 2 day weeks
  • Language English or Dutch
  • Students 0
  • Assessments Self
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