At all stages of the product development cycle there is a need for rigorous technical analysis; to get the product to work, to make it manufacturable, and to enable proper decision making. Examples of technical analysis include Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEAs), DFx reviews, tolerance analysis and many more options.
Why do Technical Analysis?
Technical analysis is necessary to validate or disprove engineering hypotheses. Analysis also provides feedback to design and manufacturing teams, and supports industrialization functions like fixture design and tooling.
There are many different types of technical analysis, ranging from spreadsheet models to complex simulations to collective analysis. Different types of products and markets have very different requirements in some cases, while other types of analysis—FMEAs and DFx for example—apply to almost anything.
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