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How to Avoid Setting a New Part Up for Failure

When a manufacturing design engineer is developing a component, they are designing it to perform as intended in the field. Failure is not planned for because if there was a perceived threat of such during the design stage, it would be compensated for.

However, “failure” can constitute more than just a component malfunctioning or not performing in the field as intended…especially when a functional coating process is required.


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