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The five processes mechanical engineers hate


Product design

Mechanical engineering is among the best jobs on the planet. Inventing new things and solving problems requires both intelligence and creativity. However, it’s not always fun and it’s not always easy. Some of the most critical processes are seen as mundane or inefficient which is the exact opposite of what engineers look forward to every day. These five processes are critical to your business, and need your attention:

  • Design reviews
  • Collaboration
  • Creating drawings and manufacturing instructions
  • Data management
  • Engineering change orders

Download this eBook to learn why engineers need to complete these five processes and why they dislike them. We also outline how these processes can be improved so engineers can spend more time on activities that add value to their products.