Getting together with your injection molding team during the earliest design stages to discuss design for manufacturability (DFM) is an important practice, points out a great article from Kaysun Corporation. The up-front collaboration not only makes you a part of the process, but it can be a great way to help the environment.
“We all have a stake in doing whatever we can to protect our natural resources, water, and air. That’s why it is important for manufacturers to be proactive in reducing their consumption of natural resources, production of non-recyclable waste, and carbon footprint—which DFM helps us achieve.”
Up-front collaboration to discuss design for manufacturability simply puts more minds together during the injection molding process to create the best way to manufacture something.
Read the full article, “Up-Front Collaboration Helps the Environment, Too”.