For purposes of discussion, assume that each product design change is associated with an engineering change notice (ECN).
What does PDC stand for?
PDC stands for Product Design Change
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We have 475 other meanings of PDC in our Acronym Attic
- Prescription Discount Card (healthcare; various organizations)
- Pretty Damn Cool
- Prevention of Deterioration Center
- Primary Data Center
- Primary Domain Controller (Microsoft Windows NT Server)
- Principal Design Criteria
- Process Design Center (Netherlands)
- Process Design Criteria
- Processing and Disbursement Center (disaster assistance)
- Processor-Dependent Code
- Product Development Center
- Product Distribution Center
- Professional Darts Corporation
- Professional Developers Conference
- Professional Development Center
- Professional Development Certificate
- Professional Development Collection (resource; various locations)
- Professional Development Community (various organizations)
- Professional Development Conference (IEEE-USA)
- Program Delivery Control (Sony)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Better visibility also helps to prevent situations in which product design changes and innovations coming out of incident management conflict with changes coming from sales and marketing.
The LP strategy involves a manufacturing systems design that permits rapid deployment of new products and product design changes in addition to rapid production of existing products, so it is the winner when it comes to time-based competition.
The company's case goods production software system, which utilizes products from TradeSoft, Pattern Systems and CADCode Systems, helps improve scheduling, reduce errors and make product design changes on the fly.
All these system allow for five-sided piece-part machining including compound angle holes, under an Indramat MT-CNC controlled system that facilitates last-minute product design changes and process capability demands.