||Level: Product, process designers and managers, digital design and manufacturing engineers, sustainability & green engineers, industrial engineers, manufacturing and assembly system design engineers, quality control engineers, industrial designers, maintenance system design engineers and managers. Ideal for undergraduate / graduate education and research in product / process design, DFM , DFA, DFQ, (Design for Manufacturing, Assembly, Quality, Disassembly), Concurrent Engineering, green PLM (Product Lifecycle Management), CAD / CAM, TQM, industrial engineering, industrial design, and others. Several sections and cases could be used even for high school students and technicians learning/ exploring customer-focused product/process/assembly/disassembly/ maintenance service design challenges.
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Contents: In order to achieve professional quality product/ process and service system design engineering skills, besides a strong analytical, digital design and digital manufacturing / assembly engineering foundation, one needs to learn basic and often very simple design rules. One of the best ways to learn these rules is to disassemble and analyze various products, try to understand the design / manufacturing / assembly processes followed, and also learn from mistakes. In this program Professor Ranky introduces, and to some extent illustrates several basic product design, process design, design for quality, assembly /disassembly, and other design rules with simple and practical examples whilst disassembling an inkjet printer on screen. In particular, the rules and principles discussed with examples include: design for quality, maintenance, assembly, disassembly, green / eco-friendly design issues, cost, risk, the concept of designing components, modules, and systems that can be assembled, as well as disassembled, material selection issues, design for the environment, the principle of 'z' stacking for assembly / disassembly, modular design principles, some part handling, and feeding issues, automated assembly and disassembly challenges, and others.
Disclaimer: Please note, that all opinions expressed in this program are Paul G. Ranky's personal opinions, based on his own judgement, and have no reflections on any other party.
System Requirements: DVD-ROM: NTSC standard definition (SD) DVD video player for TV, or computer. Approximate length 38 mins, in 16:9 widescreen format, also playable on a 4:3 regular screen, or any good computer screen (800 x 600 resolution, or better). Furthermore available in PAL DVD video, in streamed digital, and Apple Video iPod formats for mobile devices. The HD (high-definition NTSC and PAL) formats are also available. Please visit on the web www.cimwareukandusa.com for available formats, and further relating titles & products.
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