- Design reviews by experienced manufacturing team
- Available for designs already established or under undevelopment
- Improve ease of manufacturing, decrease lead times and reduce costs
Whether your design is established, or under development, the experienced teams from Keller’s engineering, supply chain, and manufacturing departments are readily available to conduct design reviews and suggest changes to support cost reduction, reduce lead times, and improve ease of manufacturing.
Early involvement of our experts to help drive value early in a design for manufacturing program. Keller has a wealth of experience in helping to improve the manufacturability of our customer’s assemblies, instruments, and equipment, whether a new design concept, or a product currently in production.
Design for Manufacturing FAQs
Q: What is design for assembly?
A: Simply put: DFA is a process by which products are designed with ease of assembly in mind. Generally speaking, if a product contains fewer parts, it will take less time to assemble, resulting in lower assembly costs.
Q: What is manufacturability?
A: Designing and/or engineering a product in order to facilitate the manufacturing process to help reduce its manufacturing costs. Keller can employ this methodology whether the equipment is already being produced, or in the design stage.