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Tolerance stack-up analysis survey

Started Sep 4, 2013 0 Replies

Dear all,I am conducting a short survey to understand the needs of engineers working with tolerance stack-up analysis. The survey would take about 7 minutes of your time. Kindly fill in the survey at…Continue


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Tolerance stack-up analysis

Posted on September 11, 2013 at 12:15am 1 Comment

As a design engineer, do you regularly do tolerance stack-up analysis? I am sure you follow a particular process and a tool to do the analysis. But do you feel that the tool requires you to be an expert in manufacturing and GD&T concepts. Also you need to provide a lot of manual input for doing the stack-up? Do you feel constrained by the capabilities of the exisiting tool (even Excel and calculators count as tools when it comes to stack-up analysis)? Or do you feel the tool has too many…


3D Printing – A panacea to all manufacturing problems? Not exactly!

Posted on July 8, 2013 at 11:22am 0 Comments

3D printing has taken the world by storm. 3D Printing has become a more popular terminology these days for additive manufacturing process. Additive manufacturing process has been in existence for a few decades now and focused mainly for developing rapid prototypes of parts. With the advancement of technology, the additive printing machines have become much smaller and portable, which has helped it gain much popularity. There are hobby ‘3D printers’ available from several manufacturers now…


Manufacturing productivity through design efficiency

Posted on June 21, 2013 at 9:00am 1 Comment

America & Europe have seen a steady decline in jobs in manufacturing job and the jobs moving to low cost countries such as China & Taiwan. The cost arbitrage has been extremely lucrative over the years. But the things seem to be changing from last few years. Rising labour costs, shipping, dwindling government incentives and newer environmental regulations are making manufacturing expensive in the low cost countries.  A new study by the consulting firm AlixPartners estimates…


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At 6:33pm on June 8, 2013, Daniel.Lou said…

Hi,i am daniel,a engineer from Jevny that professional in rapid prototyping,precise cnc machining and plastic injection molding in China.

Hope we could get an opportunity to work with you in the future,welcome to your any inquiry in any time(



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