With automation, machine vision, and other manufacturing technologies, mass-produced consumer products are now more consistent and economical than ever. Why, then, do most new products fail in the marketplace?
There are many reasons — overpricing, development delays, product flaws — all of which are foreseeable. As engineers and scientists, we at EWI have seen plenty of preventable product flaws. Understanding the interdependencies of materials, processing, design, and cost can help you avoid the pitfalls other manufacturers have suffered.
The EWI Guide to Designing Consumer Products for Manufacturability explains these interdependencies as they pertain to joining products made of plastics. The insights and case studies shared can help you shorten process development time and reduce the effort required to put successful new products in the hands of your customers.
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