"Focuses on functional, aesthetically pleasing, mechanically reliable, and easily made products that improve profitability for manufacturers and provide long-term satisfaction for customers. Offers concrete, practical insight immediately applicable to new product design and development projects."
Table of Contents
Considerations of good design: the product design environment; design for profitability; improving early design decisions; principles of good design; total cost reduction; design process improvement. Conceptual design: customer focused concept design; the rational building block method; formal concept selection methods; model-driven design. Design for efficient manufacture: process-driven design; part elimination strategies; assembly design; tolerance design; component design; manufacturability improvement method. total cost reduction: elimination and simplification strategies; standardization and rationalization; internal standard components. Design for quality: design improvement methods; failure mode and effects analysis; design review checklist; references.
Stoll, Henry W.