Design for manufacture and design for `X`: concepts, applications, and perspectives

  title={Design for manufacture and design for `X`: concepts, applications, and perspectives},
  author={Tsai Chi Kuo and Samuel H. Huang and Hong C. Zhang},
  journal={Computers \& Industrial Engineering},

Design for manufacturing and assembly methods in the product development process of mechanical products: a systematic literature review

The design for manufacturing and assembly (DFMA) is a family of methods belonging to the design for X (DfX) category which goal is to optimize the manufacturing and assembly phase of products. DFMA

DFX Analysis Applied to Composite Products

The concept of concurrent engineering (CE) has changed the traditional process of design to an integrated process, comprising all aspects of design, manufacturing, costing, process control etc. In

Integrated product-process design to suggest appropriate manufacturing technology: a review

The materials and manufacturing processes are evolving very rapidly subject to today’s high performance, shorter lead times, and high part complexity needs. With over 80,000 materials, various

Early Cost Estimate of Product during Design Stage Using Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA) Principles

Application of Design for Manufacturing (DFM) and Design for Assembly (DFA) methodologies can be beneficial to industries involved in the design and development of products. Improper design decisions

Implementation of Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) Principles in Construction: A Case Study

Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) has been increasingly advocated by the global construction industry since it provides methodological procedures for evaluating and improving design for both

An Assembly-Oriented Design Framework for Additive Manufacturing

The shape complexity capability of additive manufacturing (AM) is currently the main thrust of the design for AM (DFAM) research. In order to aid designers embracing that complexity-for-free

Analysis and Comparison of Data from Design for Manufacturing Software and Catia Software for Machining and Workpiece Manufacturing Costs

In this study, the output parameters of design-for-manufacturing software prepared by this group and the powerful Catia Software have been studied, in an attempt to reach a vivid notion on minimizing

Construction-Oriented Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) 1 Guidelines 2

Construction-Oriented Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) Guidelines. Abstract The pursuit of modern product sophistication and production efficiency has bolstered Design 8 for Manufacture and



Computer aided design for disassembly: a destructive approach

  • Kyonghun LeeR. Gadh
  • Business
    Proceedings of the 1996 IEEE International Symposium on Electronics and the Environment. ISEE-1996
  • 1996
Re-using manufactured goods by recycling material and parts is becoming increasingly important, especially in industrialized societies where natural resources needed to manufacture goods are becoming

Design for manufacture; design for the life-cycle; systems life-cycle engineering

  • L. Keys
  • Business
    Fifth IEEE/CHMT International Electronic Manufacturing Technology Symposium, 1988, 'Design-to-Manufacturing Transfer Cycle
  • 1988
A perspective is presented on a conceptual relationship of design for assembly, design for manufacture, and design for the life cycle. Systems life-cycle engineering is defined and needed research

Application of design compatibility analysis to simultaneous engineering

  • K. IshiiR. AdlerP. Barkan
  • Business, Engineering
    Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing
  • 1988
This paper develops a general framework for knowledge-based computer tools that promote simultaneous engineering in mechanical design and illustrates the proposed method with two examples: system design of power generation plants and design for assembly (DFA) of mechanical products.

A Key Issue in Product Life Cycle: Disassembly

Disassembly sequence and cost analysis for electromechanical products

Disassembly analysis for electromechanical products: A graph-based heuristic approach

Original equipment manufacturers are facing more pressure to improve the recyclability of their products. The concept of environmentally conscious design and manufacturing has been adopted in an

Design for Manufacture Analysis: Early Estimates of Tool Costs for Sintered Parts

Product Design for Automated Manufacture and Assembly