A2 Product Design

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A2 Product Design
1 Sustainability
2 Life Cycle Analysis
2.1 1. Obtaining of Raw Material
2.2 3. Processing of the material
2.3 4. Manufacture
2.4 5. Use (Product Life)/ maintenance
2.5 6. Disposal/Recycle
2.6 2. Transport
3 Recycling/Disposal
4 Risk Assessment
4.1 Identification of risk.
4.2 Decide who may be harmed and how
4.3 Evaluate the risk and take action
4.4 Record findings and implement them if necessary
4.5 Review and update
5 Issues/Implications
5.1 Moral
5.2 Social
5.3 Cultural
5.4 Aesthetics
5.4.1 Do certain aspects of the product have the ability to offend anyone?
5.5 Environmental
5.5.1 Sourcing of the material
5.5.2 Transport
5.5.3 Energy Use
6 Marketing
7 Manufacturing methods
7.1 Wood
7.1.1 Slash Sawing/ Through & Through sawing
7.1.1.1 Cheap
7.1.1.2 Common
7.1.1.3 Can lead to faults
7.1.2 Quarter Sawing
7.1.2.1 Expensive
7.1.2.2 Less imperfections
7.1.2.3 More wasteful on the wood
7.2 Metal
7.2.1 Casting
7.2.1.1 Gravity Die Casting
7.2.1.2 Pressure Die Casting
7.2.1.3 Investment Casting
7.2.1.4 Sand Casting
7.3 Plastic
7.3.1 Injection moulding
7.3.2 Rotational moulding
7.3.3 Thermoforming
7.3.3.1 Line Bending
8 Finishing methods - they are used to improve aesthetics and preserve the product
8.1 Varnish
8.1.1 Requires various layers/coats
8.1.2 Oil Based
8.1.3 Water Based
8.2 Paint
8.2.1 A coat of Primer will be needed
8.2.2 Requires various layers
8.3 Wax
8.3.1 Bees Wax
8.3.2 Brywax
8.4 Oils
8.4.1 Linseed Oil
8.4.2 Teak Oil
8.5 Metals
8.5.1 Galvanising (zinc coated) counters weathering
8.5.2 Electrolysing
9 Management of Resources
10 Manufacture Methods
10.1 Job Production
10.1.1 Job production where items are made individually and each item is finished before the next one is started.
10.2 Mass Production
10.2.1 Mass production is the production of large amounts of standardized products, including and especially on assembly lines.
10.3 Batch Production
10.3.1 Batch production where groups of items are made together. Each batch is finished before starting the next block of goods
11 Labour Issues
11.1 Skilled enough workforce
11.2 Minimum wage
11.3 Personal needs
12 Materials
12.1 Wood
12.1.1 Manufactured Board
12.1.1.1 MDF, Chipboard, Blockboard, Plywood
12.1.2 Softwood
12.1.2.1 E.g - Pine (Scots, Parana, Pitch), Yew, Cedar
12.1.3 Hardwood
12.1.3.1 E.g - Beech, Oak, Ash, Mahogany, Teak
12.2 Metal
12.2.1 Ferrous
12.2.1.1 E.g - Steel
12.2.2 Non-Ferrous
12.2.2.1 E.g - Aluminium, Copper
12.2.3 Alloys
12.2.3.1 E.g - Brass, Stainless Steel
12.3 Plastics
12.3.1 Thermosetting
12.3.1.1 Polyester Resin, Epoxy Resin
12.3.2 Thermoforming
12.3.2.1 E.g - HDPE, LDPE, Polypropylene, HIPS, Nylon, Acrylic, PVC
13 Specification
14 Evaluation
15 Testing
15.1 Destructive Testing
15.2 Non-Destructive Testing

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