What is the purpose of a design review?

The purpose of a design review is to evaluate a design and identify any potential issues or improvements. This is typically done through a structured and systematic process that involves various stakeholders, including engineering, manufacturing, and quality teams, who work together to review the design and identify any potential issues or challenges.

A design review typically includes an overview of the design and its requirements and constraints, a detailed review of the design, a discussion of any identified issues or challenges, and a review of any proposed solutions or alternatives. The goal of a design review is to ensure that the design meets the specified requirements and constraints, and to identify and address any potential issues or challenges before the product is released.

Overall, the purpose of a design review is to improve the quality, performance, and functionality of a product or service, and to reduce the risk of problems or issues during the product development process.

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