This can be simply an evaluation of the existing design for manufacturability, assembly, test, servicing, and cost. M&M also partners with clients early in the design phase through workshops to incorporate these considerations into the initial architecture and design concepts. Finally, M&M provides expert engineering for companies who find themselves considering DFx late in the design process or even during transfer to help address as much of these concerns as possible without significant redesign of the system. See more on our DFx Analysis page.
The injection molding process allows for the same part to be reliably reproduced at a very low cost once the initial cost and effort of tool creation is complete. It can also reduce your part count and simplify your assembly process. Want your design accepted by the toolmaker the first time? Designing injection-molded parts requires understanding of the molding process. To learn more, see our Injection Molding page.
M&M is happy to engage at any point in the design process from initial concept architecture to post-launch sustaining and redesign efforts. We are happy to augment existing teams or take on independently defined scopes of work. To learn more, see our Product Design page.