Category: Fundamentals of Design and Manufacturing

PRODUCT PLANNING

5) PRODUCT PLANNING   5.1 Introduction Once the top management of an organisation recognized a need to develop a product, it will go for product design, only if, – the purposed product will guarantee a handsome profit – the market conditions are favorable in respect of competition. – the necessary resources are available – the…

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IDENTIFICATION OF NEED

4) IDENTIFICATION OF NEED 4.1. What is a need? A need can be defined as a personnel unfulfilled vacancy which determines and organizes all psychological and behavioral activities in the direction of fulfilling the vacancy A product can be product and marketed only if it is ‘needed’ by the customer. A person buys a pen…

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TYPES OF DESIGNS

2) TYPES OF DESIGNS 2.1 The design can be classified in many ways. On the basis of knowledge, skill and creativity required in the designing process. The designs are broadly classified into three types (i) Adaptive Design (W 95, 97, 98 ‘00)(ii) Variant Design (S 97, 99)(iii) Original Design (i) Adaptive Design In most design…

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ENGINEERING DESIGN

1) DEFINITION OF ENGINEERING DESIGN 1.Introduction: The economic future of India depends on our ability to design, make and sell competitive products. Excellent design and effective manufacture are the pre-requisites of a successive industry. There is a general impression that the quality of Indian products can still be improved. The fact that consumers havelost their…

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