Webinar

Design for Scale

Methods for Cost Estimation at Volume

Date
Originally aired on Friday, October 19, 2018
Time
12pm - 1pm PST
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For a product to be successful in the market, it’s crucial to understand how complex cost drivers such as tooling, labor, waste, shipping, and tolerances impact manufacturing costs at different volumes.

Watch back on a live webinar where Cooper Perkins CTO and MIT Design for Scale lecturer Harald Quintus-Bosz shares concrete methods to estimate manufacturing costs at different production levels, taking into consideration a range of complex variables.

Webinar Host

Harald Quintus-Bosz
CTO and Co-Founder | Cooper Perkins

Harald Quintus-Bosz has over twenty years of product development experience. Quintus-Bosz started his career designing medical X-ray imaging equipment later joining IDEO then moving to semiconductor startup, Matech. He holds an S.B. from MIT and an M.S. from Stanford University, both degrees in Mechanical Engineering. Quintus-Bosz serves on the Board of Advisors of the MIT Museum is a co-founder and lecturer of an engineering class (2.729, Design for Scale) at MIT.

Andrew Hudak
Manufacturing Engineer, Fictiv

Andrew Hudak holds a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, with a focus in design and manufacturing. His passion for thoughtful engineering and design stems from a long term love of math and science as well as inspiration from nature.

Learn
What variables to consider when estimating manufacturing cost
Balancing processing costs with production costs at different volumes
Tools to estimate costs at different stages
Resources to source & price electronic components

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Join us for an in-depth crash course on design for scale

Date
Originally aired on Friday, October 19, 2018
Time
12pm - 1pm PST
Watch Now!