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Manufacturing Chapter 12 - Design Engineering
Terms in this set (16)
The visual appeal of a product or object.
The search for practical applications for newly found information.
A drawing of the final product when assembled. It may be an orthographic or pictorial drawing.
A list of factors considered by the designer, including form, function, ergonomics, aesthetics, ease of manufacture, and durability.
Creating ideas or products by drawing sketches, creating models and prototypes, and preparing working drawings.
Orthographic drawing of the individual parts of a product, a part of a working drawing.
A type of applied research that tries to create new product or applications for existing products.
Goods that last a long time and wear out slowly.
The stage of the design engineering process where the designer combines various bits of information learned during the preparations stage, into new ideas.
A scale model model representation of the finished product.
A technique of designing products or product parts to wear out or break down after a certain period of time.
A fully functional functional, full size model of the product.
Also called basic research. The search for new information.
Comprehensive sketches or computer drawings that show the object, in full detail and color.
Thumbnail Sketches / Rough Sketches
Small sketches or doodles the designer uses to record ideas on paper. Also called rough sketches.
A set of drawings and plans that includes all the size, shape, and manufacturing information needed by production.
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