Is Traditional DFM Enough? Discover How Design for Maintenance Can Take Your Processes to the Next Level

April 22, 2021 |

You've heard of Design for Manufacturing. Now see why DFM² is the strategy you need to increase your productivity.

You've heard of Design for Manufacturing. Now see why DFM² is the strategy you need to increase your productivity. Revisit traditional DFM tactics, then go farther with a Canon Virginia, Inc. expert as they demonstrate how the right design and mindset can help you create maintenance-friendly processes that increase productivity and extend lifetime value for both the mold maker and the molder.

Agenda:

  • Tactics for simplifying tool design
  • Strategies for material and steel selection
  • What to look for in your simulation software analysis
  • How to create maintenance-friendly processes by design
  • Anticipating tool wear and preventing damage

Presenter:

Wayne Daniel

Director of Business Development; Canon Virginia, Inc.

Wayne Daniel currently serves as the Director of Business Development at Canon Virginia, Inc. Wayne has experience in both injection molding and tool manufacturing, including previous roles as Canon Virginia's Director of Molding and Director of Tool Manufacturing Operations. His former responsibilities include securing the optimal infrastructure and talent at Canon to ensure the best quality, cost, and delivery of plastic-molded parts. A member of the Society of Plastics Engineers, Wayne has been heavily focused on innovation and cost reduction activities on the Injection Molding floor.