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Title: Redesign of hard disk drive for increased productivity and scrap minimization using design for assembly and variation system analysis
Authors: Rachoti, Matamari
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Mechanical engineering::Machine design and construction
Issue Date: 2000
Abstract: The hard disk drive industry is marked by intense competition and rapid technological change. Opportunities for cost reduction are eagerly sought after by the industry; designing for ease of assembly is one such avenue. Associated with assembly is dis-assembly, the pre-requisite to re-work, a significant cost driver in the disk drive industry. Another avenue is the dimensional tolerancing and precision of parts and sub-assemblies, which are not only important by themselves, but because of their impact on the ease of assembly.
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