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Risk Mitigation - Determine Risk and Monitor for Non-Conformance

Risk Mitigation Through Design and Inspection

Determine Risk of Failure

Model-Based Definition and the Digital Twin provide early indicators of risk. By analyzing the design with simulation tools like 3DCS Variation Analyst, you can determine the level of risk in your design and understand the possibility of non-conformance should you go to production. 

Optimize Designs to Reduce Risk

By using iterative design processes through simulation, you can reduce your risk of failure. Honing in on key critical features during this process allows engineers to create solutions to reduce the chance of failure and non-conformance while also reducing manufacturing costs in non-critical areas. 

Use Inspection to Control Risk

Not all risk can be mitigated through design. Some risk is inherent to the design of the product and worst-case scenarios. However, designing out these risks, or even lowering them to the smallest chance possible, is often monetarily impossible. To compensate, determine the key critical characteristics of your product and focus inspection on those areas, making your team aware of any issues as soon as they begin and keeping faulty products out of the hands of your customers. 

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MBD Provides Understanding of Risk

Model-Based Definition and the Digital Twin provide an understanding of the level of risk inherent in your design. 
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CAD Tools Allow Reduction of Risk

CAD simulation tools like 3DCS Variation Analyst provide the ability to optimize your design to control for risk and non-conformance. 
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Inspection Provides Protection from Failures

By understanding your critical areas on your product, you can focus inspection to catch any outliers or worst-case products early in production, and make adjustments. 
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