7 Steps of the Manufacturing Process

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Separating

A process that removes unwanted materials.

Forming

The use of pressure or force to shape a material.

Assembly

The stage of production in which components are put together into an end product.

Molding and Casting

A process by which a material is introduced into a mold while it is liquid and allowed to solidify in the shape of the mold.

Conditioning

Any process that changes the properties of a material using heat, chemicals, or mechanical forces.

Finishing

Any final treatment done to the surface of a product to make the product more attractive to a consumer.

Quality Control

Making sure the finished product is built to specifications.

Price Point

How much a target consumer is willing to pay.

Market Research

Identifies the target consumer.

Designers

Create an attractive design with the customer in mind.

Bio-mechanical Engineers

Determine if the product will fit the human body.

Manufacturing Engineers

Determine how the product can best be manufactured in large quantities.

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