Design for Manufacturability

The final project for Design for Manufacturability, a graduate level course, was to create a fictitious product and perform many aspects of product development for it. Our product was the Pack&Scoot, a scooter that folds into a backpack. The development of the Pack&Scoot included:

  • VOC Worksheets and Interpreted Customer Needs

  • Product Architecture Schematic

  • QFD 1+2

  • Product Specification

  • BOM with Preliminary Cost Estimate

  • Detailed Cost Estimate

  • Target Costing Analysis

  • CAD

  • Fishbone Assembly Diagram

  • Product Development Timeline

  • Cost-Worth Analysis

  • Boothroyd-Dewhurst Assembly Analysis