Problem definition of advance manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering

PROBLEM DEFINITION

Inspiration for a product is most often the result of meeting a particular need or problem that existing products are not able to satisfy. When defining a problem, it is crucial that the critical characteristics and constraint be determined and documented without considering these early on, significant amounts of time and money are wasted.

 

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