Design for microassembly: a methodology for product design and process selection
Tietje, Carsten (2009) Design for microassembly: a methodology for product design and process selection. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
The thesis presents research carried out in the field of design for microassembly (DFµA), a field that has hereto been characterised by the absence of well defined methodologies intended to facilitate transfer of prototypes from the research lab to production on industrial scale. A DFμA methodology has been developed, serving the purpose of integrating product and micro assembly process development. It aims in particular at increasing the efficiency of the microproduct development process, decreasing the development time and the product and process cost, and enhancing the product quality.
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