Product Development and Design with a Combination of Design for Manufacturing or Assembly and Quality Function Deployment: A Literature Review
Malik, Alfin Fauzi
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Changes in consumer lifestyles result in companies having to compete to be able to create new products that are more creative and varied to support their place in the market. The design that must be developed by the company is a design that is oriented towards the wants and needs of consumers. There are many methods of product development, one of which is to use a comprehensive methods starting from developing ideas to finished products being marketed to the public. In addition it can also be used DFM, DFA, DFMA to cut the number of components or parts that do not give more value to decrease production costs and production time. With the existence of QFD, it can also be found to improve the quality of service quality or product quality as well as the development and design of products according to the wants and needs of consumers. This paper tries to see the extent of the application of both by analyzing several relevant journals. This paper provides suggestions based on the results of the papers published in recent years. The authors hoping this paper can help many academics and practitioners see the benefits and constraints in applying the combination of the two methods.