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Methods for Cost Estimation at Volume

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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.

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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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.

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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.

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.

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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Dave Evans

CEO, Fictiv

Dave Evans

Manufacturing & Supply Chain Journalist

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