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Benefits of design for manufacturability and value engineering include [Hint] reduced complexity of the product additional standardization of components improved job design and job safety all of the above are benefits
ALL OF THE ABOVE ARE BENEFITS. Benefits of design for manufacturability and value engineering include educed complexity of the product, additional standardization of components, and improved job design and job safety.
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ALL OF THE ABOVE ARE BENEFITS. Benefits of design for manufacturability and value engineering include educed complexity of the product, additional standardization of components, and improved job design and job safety.
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which of the following is characteristic of the maturity phase :- a) Products are "fine tuned" b) Product designs begin to stabilize c) Competitors are well-established d) Products are considered for termination
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