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4D printing - Revolution or fad?
4D Printing – A Paradigm Shift in Additive Manufacture
(3D Printing Industry, 2014-07-04)
Advancements in AM hardware and increasing knowledge of material science have led to an emerging technology cycle. This is 4D printing where time as the fourth dimension is combined with conventional 3D printing processes. ...
Entry level RP machines: How well can they cope with geometric complexity
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the limitations of entry-level rapid prototyping (ELRP) machines when fabricating objects with high complexity. Design / methodology / approach – The literature review ...
The Shopping Experience of Older Supermarket Consumers
(Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013)
The purpose of this research is to investigate the difficulties and challenges faced by the older supermarket consumers in order to form insights into potential ways of applying IT support and design solutions within the ...
Reflecting on Design Sketching: Implications for Problem- Framing and Solution-focused Conceptual Ideation
(Korean Society of Design Science, 2014-08)
Background This investigation examines the role and use of sketching as tool of design representation during conceptual design activity. In particular we focus upon sketching’s relationship with problem framing and ...
Design Futures: The use of Additive Manufacture in Product Design Education
(Crain Communications, 2013)
Two professions divided by an un-common language - Using 'CoLab' to improve collaboration between industrial designers and engineering designers
(Engineering and Product Design Education Conference, 2009-09-10)
As two distinct professions working in the field of New Product Development (NPD), difficulties encountered during collaboration between industrial designers and engineering designers are widespread and well documented. ...
Investigating collaboration between industrial designers and engineering designers: A Singapore Context
(International Conference on Manufacturing Automation 2007, 2007-05-28)
In the competitive commercial environment, ‘time to market’ is a key issue. Global markets demand well-designed products of high quality with best possible prices and short lead times. To facilitate this, manufacturers ...
Them and Us?: Exploring the collaboration between Industrial Designers and Engineering Designers
(Industrial Designers Society of America International Education Symposium 2007, 2007-10-17)
In the global marketplace, it is essential that well-designed products are produced within the shortest possible lead times. Manufacturers must therefore endeavor to utilize best practice for the efficient control and ...
Investigating collaboration between industrial designers and engineering designers
(Loughborough University, 2006)