With larger competition from the universal economy, manufacturers face the challenge of delivering new customized products more rapidly than before to meet customer needs. Several technologies cooperatively known as Rapid Manufacturing (RM) have been developed to shorten the design and production cycle. The concept of Design for Environment (DFE) has harmonized design concerns with environmental issues. This research focuses on the Design for Recycling (DFR) or Design for Environment (DFE) Methodology for Rapid Manufacturing. This methodology is applied at the design stage of producing product to increase percentage of recyclability and decrease environment impact. The idea is also can be applied to products which have been reached to End-of-Life cycle and changing design of those products to making their recycling more easily than they are.