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Considerations When Designing for Subtractive Manufacturing


Considerations When Designing for Subtractive Manufacturing

Are you aware that designing for manufacturing comes with it’s own set of rules and best practices? Do you know what they all are? Don’t fret, in this webinar we walk you through everything you need to know. 

About This On-Demand Webinar

Subtractive manufacturing, specifically CNC Machining, relies on a distinct set of guidelines laid out by the designer in a drawing. Without this critical information, or with poorly managed information, machinist can waste valuable time. 

TriMech Application Engineer, Chris Joren, shares some of his simple tips and tricks that will help you become an expert designer. You will learn the details on accurate drawings, best practices in design, common mistakes to avoid and general guidelines all gathered from several machinists. 

He will take a look at: 

  • Reducing machine time
  • Designing for CNC milling
  • Requirements for a machinist drawing 
  • What machinists need from a drawing 
  • And more!

Want to learn more about designing for manufacturing? Download our ebook, Smart Manufacturing with SOLIDWORKS 2018.