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Lecture - 28 Product & Process Design
 
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Lecture series on Project and Production Management by Prof. Arun kanda, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Delhi. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Product Design & Development Process Animation by Lumium
 
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Here in this video we have tried to showcase how we design your product from scratch to a ready to use product, which will give you the exact idea about the design process followed by LUMIUM. LUMIUM is a multi faceted, multi talented Product Design company that takes care of designing new products and has consistently delivered excellent designs for both global and local customers. We cater to multiple industries like Consumer Electronics, Consumer Durables, Food & Beverages, Cosmetics, Medical and Mobile industries. The key services include Design Research, Industrial Design, Engineering (Mech&Elec), Proto typing, Tooling, Manufacturing Support. In addition, we also provide Interaction Design: UI/UX design, Graphics design, Packaging design and Animation. With spread across three locations (Palo Alto, CA - US, Ahmedabad & Bangalore - India); we are adequately equipped with handling the most complex design project. Visit http://www.lumium.com for more.
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Product & Process Design by A V Manivannan
 
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For doing a meaningful Process FMEA, one need to understand thoroughly the difference between Product and Process design.
Views: 2118 M Vikram Bharadhwaj
PRODUCT DESIGN AND PROCESSES - (LONGER VERSION)
 
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In this video, I talk about the product design and process selection in detail.
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Process Design
 
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Product and Service Design
 
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Provides introduction to product and service design. Includes, - design process from idea generation to actual production - legal, ethical & environmental issues - product life cycle - standardization - reliability - concurrent engineering - Kano model - service design
Views: 9393 Bharatendra Rai
Prime Studio Product Design | Lynda.com from LinkedIn
 
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"Meet the designers of Prime Studio, a product and brand consultancy business, and learn about the process behind their new line of collapsible home products, Squish. https://www.linkedin.com/learning/paths/become-a-design-business-owner?utm_campaign=nkq2Q4rlQQ0&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube-earned Additional Learning Paths: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/paths/become-an-industrial-design-cad-technician?utm_campaign=nkq2Q4rlQQ0&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube-earned https://www.linkedin.com/learning/paths/become-a-design-business-owner?utm_campaign=nkq2Q4rlQQ0&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube-earned"
Views: 81454 LinkedIn Learning
Product and Service Design Part I
 
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Presentation of power point notes from Heizer and Render, Principles of Operations Management 10e.
Views: 16384 Dr. Harvi Millar
Product - Development Stages
 
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This video explores the 8 stages of product development. As well, it helps identify what we mean by 'product' and where the development process fits into the Marketing Mix.
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What is PRODUCT DESIGN? What does PRODUCT DESIGN mean? PRODUCT DESIGN meaning & explanation
 
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What is PRODUCT DESIGN? What does PRODUCT DESIGN mean? PRODUCT DESIGN meaning - PRODUCT DESIGN definition - PRODUCT DESIGN explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Product design as a verb is to create a new product to be sold by a business to its customers. A very broad concept, it is essentially the efficient and effective generation and development of ideas through a process that leads to new products. Due to the absence of a consensually accepted definition that reflects the breadth of the topic sufficiently, two discrete, yet interdependent, definitions are needed: one that explicitly defines product design in reference to the artifact, the other that defines the product design process in relation to this artifact. Product design as a noun: the set of properties of an artifact, consisting of the discrete properties of the form (i.e., the aesthetics of the tangible good and/or service) and the function (i.e., its capabilities) together with the holistic properties of the integrated form and function. Product design process: the set of strategic and tactical activities, from idea generation to commercialization, used to create a product design. In a systematic approach, product designers conceptualize and evaluate ideas, turning them into tangible inventions and products. The product designer's role is to combine art, science, and technology to create new products that people can use. Their evolving role has been facilitated by digital tools that now allow designers to communicate, visualize, analyze and actually produce tangible ideas in a way that would have taken greater manpower in the past. Product design is sometimes confused with (and certainly overlaps with) industrial design, and has recently become a broad term inclusive of service, software, and physical product design. Industrial design is concerned with bringing artistic form and usability, usually associated with craft design and ergonomics, together in order to mass-produce goods. Other aspects of product design include engineering design, particularly when matters of functionality or utility (e.g. problem-solving) are at issue, though such boundaries are not always clear.
Views: 4662 The Audiopedia
Innovation - Students of Product Design Episode1
 
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This series 'Students of Product Design' is aimed at anyone interested in the product design process. This first episode looks at innovation, how to innovate and how simply changing the structure of the brief can impact on how innovative you can be. This series won't just talk about stuff, the plan is to share with you as many of the things I have learnt in the last 15 years (or so..) as possible through each stage of the design process to help you become far better designers than I can ever be. I'll be looking at research, sketching, model making, portfolios and a whole load of other things. I often think of youtube as a speed learning tool. Have you ever seen the Matrix films where Neo first learns martial arts by uploading a programme to his head or Trinity learns to fly a helicopter in minutes, that's how I see Youtube, Youtube is our version of the Matrix. So this series which is primarily aimed at students studying industrial design, product design or design engineering in university is designed to do just that, give you a knowledge boost to hopefully make your projects, designs, presentations and portfolio a lot better to improve your chances of getting a position as a designer, or your projects if you want to start your own company, anything related to design. I also hope with the content, that everyone will be able to take something away from it as many of the tips I'll give over the course of this series will be applicable to lots of areas of life. There's just isn't enough out there on product design, compared to say cookery shows it's very under provisioned and so I'm trying to redress the balance. I have a lot more planned, so please be patient, stay tuned and follow me, so that you can be alerted to when the next video is launched. www.producttank.co.uk
Views: 311446 producttank
CompactHabit: Product and Process innovations
 
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Using the automotive sector as a reference, the process for the production of Compacthabit modules consists, firstly, of the manufacture of a monolithic chassis of reinforced concrete, which is placed on a assembly line and equipped with all its components, resulting in a completely finished building module. As a sustainable system based on repeating units of varying sizes and heights of up to eight floors, Compacthabit’s scope ranges from medical facilities to multi-family dwellings, hotels, schools, student dorms and other institutional markets. This construction system also reduces considerably the time of the construction process, achieving execution times ranging between 25% and 30% of one built with traditional systems. Compacthabit substantially improves the levels of technical, functional and environmental quality of buildings. With this system the ecological footprint in the whole life-cycle of the building (energy consumption and CO2 emissions) is reduced by 35% compared with the same building constructed using traditional systems.
Views: 2136 Paco Conde
Value analysis in a nutshell
 
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What exactly is Value Analysis? What are the core elements of this methodology? And why has this approach been so successful for 70 years? How do you proceed within such a value analysis project? What are the tasks of a Professional in Value Management (PVM)? This short explanatory video gives a first overview of the topic using the example of a construction project. The methodology Value Analysis is an organized and creative approach that applies a function- and cost-oriented design process with the aim of increasing the value of the value analysis object. It is characterized by: • Functional orientation (basic idea: The customer does not want the object but its function / effect) • Value concept (How can I increase the value of an object? How can I realize functions at the best price?) • Holistic approach (integration of all stakeholders) • Interdisciplinary teamwork (integration of employees from product development, production, sales, purchasing ...) with space for creativity • Structured, step-by-step approach (according to the value analysis work plan described in the guideline VDI 2800) and • Application neutrality, which means that the methodology can be used independently of the industry, from the phase of the project (from the concept phase to the existing product) and from the considered object (product, process, service). How these core elements, responsible for the success of the methodology, are working together, is shown vividly. In 1947 Value Analysis has been developed in the USA by Lawrence D. Miles. The Technical Division Value Management / Value Analysis at the VDI has been the leading organization for the application, support and further development Value Analysis / Value Management in the German-speaking world since 1967. It also plays a leading role in the international community. Links: Technical Division Value Management/Value Analysis http://www.vdi.eu/engineering/vdi-societies/product-and-process-design/product-and-process-design/value-managementvalue-analysis/
How to Design and Manufacture a Product
 
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It can be quite a challenge to find a manufacturer -- one you like working with and whose factory produces a quality product at a fair price. Here are some tips on how to navigate through the process of finding one, as well as how to optimize your relationship with your manufacturer so that you -- and your customers -- are happy. For more infor visit: http://www.focuspdm.com/ Step 1: Creating a Prototype Creating a working prototype or finding someone who can do it for you is the first step in the manufacturing process. During my early days, I was able to sew most of my prototypes. But as my product, Planecomfort, was refined and the components used and the skills necessary to create the product I envisioned moved beyond my sewing expertise, I knew I needed help. Searching online, I found a wonderful design frim in northern California. This relationship proved valuable to me in a number of ways. They not only helped refine my original prototype, but they offered many suggestions and ideas for making the product easier to manufacture. Many of these smaller domestic companies offer prototyping services that are invaluable to new entrepreneurs. Once you have a prototype, there is quality and design testing and tweaking. At each stage of development, and every time I received the newer version of my product, I washed, dried, pulled, stretched, zipped, unzipped, and put my product through the proverbial "ringer." Making sure your product will exceed your customers' expectations is a sure way to keep them coming back and referring your product to others. Ideally, you want to have a dozen or so finished prototypes. Manufacturers will want one or two samples sent to them as a reference to compare to the finished product their factory is making. I thought I would be able to use Left in Stitches for the long term, but due to logistical reasons and production costs, I had to find an overseas manufacturer. Moving your manufacturing operations overseas means you want large quantities (usually thousands) of the item you are producing. If you want hundreds of something, you may be better off working with a domestic manufacturer. Step 2: Finding a Manufacturer I located my overseas manufacturers through referrals, which provided me with an immediate level of comfort and confidence with these factories. One referral came from a fabric manufacturer. Most fabric manufacturers have relationships with product manufacturers. Another factory was referred to me by a marketing services company. This company manufactures both soft and hard goods and was happy to provide their contact with another business opportunity. Call domestic manufacturers and inquire about their overseas connections. Ask everyone you know if they know someone who manufactures the type of products you are creating. Search online for companies with products similar to yours and call them. Who do they use? How did they get started? My experience is that most people will want to help you. I found it was best to work with at least two different companies when trying to decide who will win your business. Who is easiest to work with? Who meets (or beats) your expectations? Is one more knowledgeable than the other? Having a comparison is essential to ensure you are getting a quality product at a fair price. There are two common ways you can deal with overseas manufacturing. You can find a broker or agent in the U.S. that represents the factory, or deal with a factory directly. Once you have determined who you might like to work with, you must check references on your contact and the factory. Some of the important questions to ask: Was the product made to specifications? What percentage of the shipment was defective? If there was a problem with the shipment, did the factory make restitution? Were deadlines met? If not, what did the factory offer to make amends? Is what was promised delivered? How is the quality of goods they produce? How long have you worked with this person and factory? How many orders have you placed? Is your contact easy to work with? Is he/she responsive to calls and emails? What type of projects does the factory excel in producing? Soft goods, hard goods? What types of companies do they normally work with? Who is responsible for landing the goods in the U.S.? Text by Ann Merlini, founder of Pac'n Nap, LLC. For more information on How to Design and Manufacture a Product visit: http://www.focuspdm.com/
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HOW WE DESIGN GYMSHARK PRODUCT - Full Walkthrough of the Process
 
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I've recorded a quick overview of some of the basic stages that we go through when we design product and rages here at Gymshark. This isn't exhaustive as each product can be different, and it doesn't include too much detail into each process, but I'm excited to record more in depth videos in the future on each stage! I hope you enjoy and as always, if there's anything else you want me to cover in any future videos, please comment down below.
Views: 37766 Ben Francis
IPPD: Integrated Product & Process Design at the University of Florida
 
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The Integrated Product and Process Design program is an innovative educational initiative at the College of Engineering. Our students work in small multidisciplinary teams under the guidance of faculty coaches and industrial liaisons to design and build authentic industrial products for sponsoring companies. Learn more at www.ippd.ufl.edu.
Integrated Product and Process Design and Development The Product Realization Process (Environmen...
 
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The Product Development Process: How to Bring Your Product to Market
 
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Do you have a product design idea? Learn how to bring your product to market with this overview of the product development process. This video covers turning your product concept into a working prototype through electronic engineering, circuit design, product testing, and volume manufacturing. Ready to get started? Contact DMC: https://www.dmcinfo.com/services/custom-software-and-hardware-development
Views: 34550 DMCEngineering
Lean Product and Process Development: Removing the Waste in Design - Preview
 
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Lean Product and Process Development | Part 2 of 2 Removing the Waste in Design Video Length: 37 min Now that we see the waste in typical product and process development processes, we must drive improvements as determined in the hoshin kanri deployment process. Learn how to deploy lean tools and lean cultural elements to make the process much more effective, to more thoroughly drive innovation ,and to increase support for the respect of employees. You can find a listing of all our Lean education products here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/products/category/lean You can also purchase the video previewed above by going here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/product/category/13/61/57/lean-quality-integration/lean-product-and-process-devel/lean-product-and-process-devel Outline: Fast Innovation Lean Product and Process Development (LPPD), APQP, and ISO Requirements Visual Management and Daily Accountability Standard Work in Design One Piece Flow in Design Kaizen Events and 3P in Design Target audience Primary: Engineering Mgrs, Chief Engineers Secondary: Top Management, Engineers Creating and Sustaining Lean Improvements: How to Integrate Principles, Culture and Tools - Episode 13
√√ Operations Strategies: Product design and development | iitutor
 
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https://www.iitutor.com Product design and development. It is important that businesses are looking forward. Although their core product may be popular with customers at the moment, this may not always be the case. Businesses must constantly upgrade their designs and products. During the product design and development steps, the following needs to be considered: Quality, Supply chain management, Capacity management and Cost. Product utility: The usefulness and value that a product has according to the consumer. The consumers perception of a product is very important at all stages. Service design and development: Services are very different from goods! How? They are intangible. Production and consumption occurs at the same time. When designing new or improved services the following needs to be considered: Explicit service? Implicit service? Will goods be required? Cost? Sometimes, services require goods. For example: Doctors need bandages. Cooks need food, Teachers need stationary. Often new technology can improve the service provided. Example: Robotic doctor.
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Chapter 5 part 1   Product and Service design
 
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In this video, the design of goods and services is covered. The presenter Eric Bakama introduces to the students the steps in products and services design. Although this is an introductory chapter on goods and services design and it does not go in depth on the topic, it does, however, points out some issues to be considered for the design process.
Views: 2902 Charles Sambil
Introduction to the product and industrial design process
 
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Brief explanations of strategies such as: Typical tools such as observations, interviews, empathetic testing, etc. Definition of design goals: in this case: cleanability, easy to put on/take off Ideation and brainstorming Define design goals such as: Improve durability Lower price Make shoes easier to put on/take off Being able to customize designs Make shoes more comfortable
Lean Product and Process Development - Set Preview
 
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A preview of our new set of lean training videos, Creating and Sustaining Lean Improvements: Creating a Continuous Improvement/Lean Culture. Take a look at our website, here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/product/category/13/59/lean/creating-continuous-improvemen Lean Product and Process Development Extend your lean journey beyond production and operations into engineering Innovate quickly. Create standard work in design. Do an engineering gemba walk. See the waste in handoffs. Eliminate design review "batching." Streamline project meetings. This set includes two videos: Episode 12: Seeing the Waste in Design Episode 13: Removing the Waste in Design Since 80 - 90% of the costs of a product or service are administrative costs, it stands to reason that there are plenty of opportunities to reduce waste on the other side of the wall, especially in the areas of product and process design. Use lean tools to see the waste – go to the gemba and watch the design process, value stream map the development process and observe the vast amounts of waste and hand-offs, and deploy hoshin kanri to make a plan to reduce the waste in product and process development. After we see the waste in typical product and process development processes, we must drive improvements as determined in the hoshin kanri deployment process. Learn how to deploy lean tools and lean cultural elements to make the process much more effective, to more thoroughly drive innovation, and to increase respect for the contribution of employees. Episode 12 Lean Product and Process Development | Part 1 of 2 Seeing the Waste in Design Video Length: 26 min Since 80 - 90% of the costs of a product or service are administrative costs, it stands to reason that there are plenty of opportunities to reduce waste on the other side of the wall, especially in the areas of product and process design. Use lean tools to see the waste – go to the gemba and watch the design process, value stream map the development process and observe the vast amounts of waste and hand-offs, and deploy hoshin kanri to make a plan to reduce the waste in product and process development. Outline Introduction (3:03 min) Engineering gemba walk (8:29 min) “Batching” design review and project meetings (7:40 min) Design and development value stream map (2:19 min) Hoshin kanri to set process improvement objectives (3:21 min) Closing thoughts (1:27 min) Episode 13 Lean Product and Process Development | Part 2 of 2 Removing the Waste in Design Video Length: 37 min Now that we see the waste in typical product and process development processes, we must drive improvements as determined in the hoshin kanri deployment process. Learn how to deploy lean tools and lean cultural elements to make the process much more effective, to more thoroughly drive innovation ,and to increase support for the respect of employees. Outline Introduction (1:58 min) Fast innovation (4:04 min) Lean product and process development (LPPD), APQP, and ISO requirements (2:34 min) Visual management and daily accountability design (7:23 min) Standard work in design (6:56 min) One piece flow in design (4:32 min) Kaizen events in design (5:32 min) 3P in design (3:05 min) Closing thoughts (0:55 min)
New product design and development process in 2 minutes
 
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Haughton Design’s process of how to efficiently design and develop a new product. The video is a two-minute blast showing the stage gate process used to develop a real product. The Airbox is used for air sampling to detect the presence of asbestos within the local environment.
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Lean Process and Product Development: Seeing the Waste in Design - Preview
 
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Lean Product and Process Development | Part 1 of 2 Seeing the Waste in Design Video Length: 26 min Since 80 - 90% of the costs of a product or service are administrative costs, it stands to reason that there are plenty of opportunities to reduce waste on the other side of the wall, especially in the areas of product and process design. Use lean tools to see the waste – go to the gemba and watch the design process, value stream map the development process and observe the vast amounts of waste and hand-offs, and deploy hoshin kanri to make a plan to reduce the waste in product and process development. You can find a listing of all our Lean education products here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/products/category/lean You can also purchase the video previewed above by going here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/product/category/13/61/56/lean-quality-integration/lean-product-and-process-devel/lean-product-and-process-devel Outline: Engineering Gemba Walk “Batching” Design Review and Project Meetings Design and Development Value Stream Map Hoshin Kanri to set Process Improvement Objectives Target Audience Primary: Top Management Secondary: Chief Engineers, Lean Leaders, Engineers Creating and Sustaining Lean Improvements: How to Integrate Principles, Culture and Tools - Episode 12
Just-in-Time (JIT) & Lean Operations
 
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Covers Just-in-time and lean operations. Includes topics such as, - sources of waste - kaizen - product and process design - single minute exchange of die (smed) - judoka and automation - pull and push systems - kanban production system
Views: 14722 Bharatendra Rai
product and process design principles solution manual download.avi
 
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Industrial Design Process: Foam Modeling a wireless charger Consumer product design and development
 
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The process I use to design a concept wireless charger, from sketching to building a urethane foam model of a working wireless mobile charging device. Music: end credits Rurlyok https://rurlyok.bandcamp.com Contact me through www.botzen.com for design work, you can follow me on: Google plus: https://plus.google.com/+EricStrebel Twitter: at https://twitter.com/botzendesign (@botzendesign) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/botzendesign Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/botzendesign Botzen Design Inc. Industrial Design and Product Visualization http://www.botzen.com
Views: 7470 Eric Strebel
Product Design 1 - Introduction
 
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Emphasis of the course is on designing a physical product. It is the first course in design studies in which students are asked to design a product using their learning in the previous courses like Elements of design, studies in form, media investigation and methods of communication. Selection of the project brief is based on the possibility of innovation in form, material application, process and experience design. Students are introduced to the user centric design process through various supporting exercises. This being the basic course; students are asked to find out user related problems via role play to derive the design brief and then take their final output to user for feedback. Projects end with a comprehensive presentation through working/mock up models, design drawing and a report. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/product-design-1 Write to us at [email protected]
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Product Design, Development, Engineering, Prototyping, Patenting, Manufacturing.
 
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R&R Associates provides services that span the entire product development process, including product definition, market analysis, design, engineering, in-house rapid prototyping, and overseeing the final design into production. http://www.rnrassociates.com/ Original idea: Leo Riza Script: Leo Riza and Corentin Blondiau Camera and cutting: Corentin Blomdiau FX and motion graphics: Corentin Blondiau Starring: Tony Quirke Music: Taos
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PDEng Process and Product Design (PPD) – student interviews
 
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Are you looking for more in-depth knowledge after your Master’s in Chemical Engineering? Then have a look at the post-master (PDEng) program Process and Product Design at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). One of the main features of the program is expressed in its name: besides attention to process design much attention is paid to the relation between the process and the structure and functionality of the product.
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Wacom for Product and Fashion Design
 
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Wacom pen tablets and displays sit at the front end of the product, fashion and environmental design process during concepting and creative execution. The comfortable feel of holding a Wacom pen and the sensation of drawing directly on screen deliver the best experiences of working with traditional media, but with all the benefits of digital. Create fluid, clean lines, add details and vary color opacity with Wacom's pressure-sensitive pen. You’ll feel totally immersed in your work. http://wacom.com Follow Wacom on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wacomeurope Like Wacom on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wacomcreativ... Join Wacom on G+: https://plus.google.com/+wacom Follow Wacom on Tumblr: wacom.tumblr.com Follow Wacom's Pinterest Board: http://www.pinterest.com/wacom/
Views: 2566 Wacom Europe

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