Preparing for manufacturing


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Preparing for manufacturing

When you're preparing for manufacturing, you want to go back and make sure you've got all your ducks in a row. You've got logical part numbers assigned to every one of your parts. You've got revision levels. And all those changes have been fully finalized, on all the different parts. Another thing we want to make sure of, is that we've got all that in a bill of materials. And we're keeping track of the hardware. Any other components we may have to purchase from a different vendor. What vendor locations we have, you might want to use an Excel spreadsheet and just lay out all the parts you're going to have, which vendor, or where you're going to be buying them from, the cost, and so on, to keep everything organized so you can easily purchase them, or build them as needed.

So let's go back and look at chapter six, and I'm going to open the chapter 6.1, or actually 6.1 finished. Folder here, and let's take a look at this drawing. So in this case here, let's ...

Preparing for manufacturing
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Preparing for manufacturing provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Gabriel Corbett as part of the Sheet Metal with SOLIDWORKS: Enclosure Design Project

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