- Metals (overview)
- Plastics (overview)
- CAD Design
- Rapid Prototyping
& Rapid Tooling
- CNC Machining
- Finishing & Assembly
- Rubber Plaster Molding
- Precision Airset Sand Casting
- Graphite Mold Die Casting
- One-Shot Casting
- Reaction Injection Molding (RIM)
- Rapid Injection Molding
- Design for Manufacturability (DFM)
Design for Manufacturability (DFM)
The Armstrong RM engineering staff is ready to help you design out the cost and design in the quality for your project's success.
Quality In, Cost Out
Every manufacturing process has a set of guidelines and best practices, and ours are no different. However, many of our customers are unfamiliar with the design nuances and subtleties associated with Armstrong's manufacturing methods. So, we bundle in our design expertise to make sure your parts are delivered quickly and affordably with the best quality possible.
With cumulative experience spanning decades and thousands of part geometries manufactured under their watchful eyes, Armstrong engineers will proactively apply a "best practices" design for manufacturability (DFM) approach to your part design initiative. After an initial design application review (DAR), our engineering program managers will even take on the CAD modeling work, if you want, to get you to where you want to be -- out to market ahead of your competition with world-class DFM-based part quality.
Leave the Details to Us
It is your design, but Armstrong can make it better. Just "throw" the design our way and let us take it from there. We will review the product and then discuss the details with you at your facility, in our plant, on a conference call or over the Web in a GoToMeeting session.
Let Armstrong blend its DFM expertise with your design excellence.