The characteristics considered in the design cycle that focus on process capabilities, machine or facility flexibility, and the overall ability to consistently produce at the required quality level instead of product elegance.
The degree to which a product can be efficiently and accurately prodoted using modem manufacturing methods.
The degree to which a product can be efficiently and accurately produced using modern manufacturing methods.
A measure of the design of a product or process in terms of its ability to be produced easily, consistently, and with high quality.
The extent to which a new product can be easily and effectively manufactured at minimum cost and with maximum reliability. See: Sundberg-Ferar Product Innovation.