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Workshop Agenda

The workshop in Long Island will be delivered in optional modules over a two day period. The first day will be introductory topics, the second day will feature more advance topics. You may register for only the modules you would like to attend.

101: Leaning Your Product Design – Design for Manufacturability Workshop

October 18, 2018

09:00am-09:15am | Agenda and Program Overview
09:15am-09:30am | FuzeHub and Partner Overview
09:30am-09:45am | Participant Introductions
09:45am-10:30am | Designing Your Product for X including workshop exercise
10:30am-10:45am | Break
10:45am-11:30am | Developing a Strategic Bill of Materials (BOM) including workshop exercise
11:30am-12:30pm | Developing a Strategic Bill of Process (BOP) including workshop exercise
12:30pm-01:00pm | Lunch: Program Partner Introductions
01:00pm-02:00pm | Leaning Your Product Design exercise
02:00pm-02:30pm | Moving from Proof of Concept to Alpha/Beta Prototypes to Production
02:30pm-3:30pm | Next Generation Product Design Planning: Manufacturing Risk Assessment Exercise using Design for Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (DFMEA)
03:30pm-04:00pm | Participant needs and challenges sharing session
04:00pm-5:00pm | Networking and reception

201: Manufacturing Your Product –
Preparing to Scale Your Operations

October 19, 2018

09:00am-09:15am | Agenda and Program Overview
09:15am-09:30am | FuzeHub and Partner Overview
09:30am-09:45am | Participant Introductions
09:45am-10:30am | Developing a Manufacturing Readiness Plan & Workshop Exercise
10:30am-10:45am | Break
10:45am-11:30am | Calculating Your Cost of Goods Sold including workshop exercise
11:30am-12:30pm | Developing an Intelligent Production Cost Estimate based on Volume Scale including workshop exercise
12:30pm-01:00pm | Lunch: Program Partner Introductions
01:00pm-02:00pm | Make vs. Buy: Trade Offs of In-House vs. Outsource Production Strategy
02:00pm-02:30pm | Supplier Partnerships: How to Identify, Select and Negotiate including supply chain risk assessment workshop exercise
02:30pm-3:30pm |Participant needs and challenges sharing session
03:30pm-04:00pm | Participant needs and challenges sharing session
04:00pm-5:00pm | Networking and reception

Date:
October 18-19, 2018

Time:
8:15AM-5:30PM

Location:
Clean Energy Business Incubator

25 Health Sciences Drive #237

Stony Brook, NY 11790

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Module Descriptions

Designing Your Product for X

This module helps prioritize your product design utilizing case studies and a workshop exercise. Each participant will identify, evaluate and prioritize designing their product for customer use, market acceptance, manufacturability, assembly, durability, reliability, installation, maintenance, logistics.

Developing a Strategic Bill of Materials (BOM)

The module provides the foundation for helping structure an intelligent bill of materials that not only lists all the parts and materials needed to create your product but also supports an accurate determination of your cost of goods sold, cash flow requirements, parts numbering, parts revisions/variations, lead-time estimates, quality tracing, quote timing, etc. Each participant will construct the foundation for their intelligent bill of materials during the workshop and can use it going forward as a product development planning tool.

Developing a Strategic Bill of Process (BOP)

The module provides a unique methodology for developing an intelligent bill of process, a step by step production map for assembling your product including the parts, tools, machines and operations needed to assemble a given product design. This includes a workshop exercise where each participant will map their production process and can use it going forward as a product development planning tool.

Leaning Your Product Design

The module provides a unique methodology for taking a critical assessment of your product design in an effort to reduce complexity and drive out cost. Each participant is guided through a “Parts Value Challenge” exercise that challenges your product design to minimize the number of parts, minimize the number of process steps, design out parts that commonly fail, and target multi-touch operations for process step reductions.

Moving from Proof of Concept to Alpha/Beat Prototypes to Production

The module addresses key questions to consider when designing and testing your next generation prototype or product launch. The session will provide insight on the most common mistakes to avoid, and how to avoid the development of several prototype modifications.

Next Generation Product Design Planning

The module provides a Manufacturing Risk Assessment to support your next generation prototype or product launch. Participants will engage in a Design for Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (DFMEA) exercise that helps determine potential failures in their design, determine the potential for occurrence, severity and detection, and through a unique scoring system determine the potential failures to prioritize for attention in their product development and test plan.

Developing a Manufacturing Readiness Plan

The module provides the foundation for helping structure a Manufacturing Readiness Plan to assess the maturity of your current production process and lay the groundwork for an action plan to improve manufacturing readiness and production process scaling. Each participant will self-assess their current position and determine a stage of development for future planning.

Calculating Your Cost of Goods Sold

This module helps calculate your Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) as well as what influences it. The session provides the basics of fixed and variable costs and how they change with volume. This session includes a workshop exercise where each participant can begin to make high level calculations on fixed vs. variable cost and COGS which can be used going forward as a product development planning tool.

Developing an Intelligent Production Cost Estimate based on Volume Scale

The module provides a unique methodology for developing an intelligent production cost estimate based on current volume, inventory, capital equipment, tooling, work flow, labor requirements, and tak time.

This includes a workshop exercise where each participant will map their production work flow process to estimate current volume as well determine adjustments required as you move to higher volume.

Make vs. Buy: Trade Offs of In-House vs. Outsource Production Strategy

The module offers an objective view on make (in-house) vs. buy (outsource) approach to support your manufacturing strategy. The session provides impact these decisions have on cost structures, quality control, customer and capital risks.

Supplier Partnerships: How to Identify, Select and Negotiate

The module addresses how to choose and approach a supplier (contract manufacturer), handling intellectual property (IP) with suppliers, negotiating contracts with a potential partner. The session includes an exercise to assess supply chain risk.