Design for Excellence (DfX) is a complicated concept that does not sell itself just like that. Which X’s are the most important? Who is responsible for what? If you do it right, the machine will be a lot better and will also cost a lot less. A chat with two DfX specialists at NTS, who are not afraid to ask customers difficult questions.
Perfect example of Design for Manufacturing within NTS. One of the FEM engineers, who also detailed and improved the design of a welded sheetmetal frame, is supporting his colleagues in manufacturing the first prototype