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PRODUCT CONSTRAINTS

V. Ryan 2002 - 2009

 

Every product is designed to meet 'product constraints'. For example, the size of the CD-ROM storage unit will be determined by the size of CD plastic cases and the number of cases your client wishes to store. The materials to be used will be constrained by the materials available in the workshop store-room or by how much you are prepared to spend at you local DIY store.

'Quality standards' and the way they will apply to your product are very important. For instance, measuring and cutting accurately will be important because if the materials are measured inaccurately the CD-ROMs may not fit into the storage unit when it is manufactured.

 

Below are some constraints of product design. How do they apply to your product ?
List any more constraints that apply.

 

Below are examples of quality standards. How do they apply to your project ? List more examples.

1. SIZE

 

 

    1.ACCURACY  
2. MATERIALS

 

 

    2. FITNESS FOR PURPOSE  
3. COLOUR

 

 

    3. CUSTOMER SATISFACTION at each stage of manufacture  
4. SHAPE

 

 

    4.  
5. SAFETY

 

 

    5.  
6. COST

 

 

    6.  
7. TIME

 

 

    7.  
         
         
 
 

 

 

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