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DESIGNING FOR THE USER: INCLUSIVE DESIGN FOR GRAPHICS & RESISTANT MATERIALS

Learn how to create products that meet user need and are inclusive. Designers explain how they: research their market; consider the values and needs of their users and work with ergonomic and anthropometric data. The resource also explores how designers are responding to the challenges of demographic change and inclusive design. It provides examples relevant for resistant materials, product design and graphics courses.

DVD / 2010 / (KS 3-5) / 35 minutes

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SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING

This DVD explores what the food industry is doing to use less packaging. First it looks at the role and function of packaging. It then looks at the challenges of designing reduced packaging that not only looks good, but gets the product to the shelves in one piece. We also see how plastic bottles are recycled into new food grade plastic, before being formed into salad containers. An ideal resource for students studying Food Technology, Graphic Design, Resistant Materials, Product Design, Sustainability and Citizenship.

DVD / 2010 / (KS 3-5) / 31 minutes

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CHOOSING SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS

This programme gets students thinking about the 6Rs and what makes a material sustainable, including its carbon footprint, whether it's sourced from renewable or recycled materials and what happens at "end of life". Materials discussed include: wood, plastic and textiles. Also, we look round the UK's first zero carbon housing project and visit the Smile Plastics factory where anything from mobile phones to children's wellingtons are turned into building materials.

DVD / 2009 / (KS 3-5) / 26 minutes

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DESIGNING WITH RECYCLED MATERIALS

This resource looks at why and how specific plastics are recycled, regenerated and tested to fulfil the required characteristics for modern sustainable products. Includes: a chair made from Sony Playstations and washing machines that use parts made from recycled fridge plastic. The DVD also shows how new technology is used to process and convert waste products into high-grade polymers. We then see these plastics undergo destructive and non-destructive tests to identify their properties and characteristics.

DVD / 2009 / (KS 3-5) / 33 minutes

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INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND TESTING: DESIGNING FOR INNOVATION AND SAFETY

A fantastic way to bring real and relevant industrial design into the classroom illustrating some of the considerations designers have to take into account. Footage of physical and virtual tests, filmed at Volvo's crash testing facility, will provide an excellent starting point for students when testing, evaluating and modifying their own designs. It also reinforces how engineers work collaboratively with designers to ensure that new technologies are harnessed with aesthetics.

DVD / 2009 / (KS 3-5) / 25 minutes

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PRODUCT DESIGN & MASS MANUFACTURE: DESIGN OPTIMIZATION

Explains the design process within one easy context, from client brief to finished product. It shows how designers; work to budget, meet consumer needs, research existing products and use primary and secondary data. It explores the role of aesthetics and function, the importance of ergonomics and anthropometrics and the benefits of using CAD/CAM in testing, modelling and rapid prototyping to reduce cost, material and time.

DVD / 2009 / (KS 3-5) / 25 minutes

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PRODUCT DESIGN, TESTING AND MODIFICATION: TRUNKI

Designing products that meet rigorous safety standards is an increasingly important skill íV especially when it comes to products used by children. Trunki, the child's pull along suitcase, may have failed the BBC Dragon's Den test, but thanks to further testing and modification it's now taking the world by storm. We film with the product designer and at one of the world's leading test centres, to find out about the different tests carried out on children's products, why calibrating equipment is so important and how clever design reduced costs and time to market. Includes footage of rotational and injection moulding and mechanical and physical tests

DVD / 2009 / (KS 3-5) / 25 minutes

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SUSTAINABLE DESIGN (VOLVO): LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT

This programme provides a thorough insight into how industry is adapting its design and manufacturing methods to consider social, moral and ethical implications. It demonstrates how Volvo are: eliminating emissions, reducing energy consumption and minimising waste to reduce the carbon footprint of their cars during manufacture, use and at "end of life". The importance of choosing sustainable materials is clearly explained as is the consideration of the product's life cycle.

DVD / 2009 / (KS 3-5) / 26 minutes

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MANUFACTURING INSIGHTS: LEAN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Firms that can develop better products faster consistently see increased profits and growing market share. To achieve this goal, Toyota and other global leaders have adopted the same lean improvement philosophy in new product development that has revolutionized the manufacturing world. Lean product development has become the new frontier in corporate improvement, enabling increased agility, better use of precious resources, and enhanced organizational learning.

The Lean Product Development program is an excellent way to get started on your journey to dramatic reductions in time-to-market and greater value-creation for your customers. Michael Kennedy and Ron Mascitelli, both thought leaders in the rapidly growing field of lean product development, share their unique but synergistic approaches to lean product development implementation, along with experienced-based tips on how to avoid pitfalls and ensure success. The practical real-world experience of both Teledyne Benthos and Carleton Life Support reinforces the benefits, and will help guide your own deployment strategy. The message of this valuable video is that lean product development is critical to your long-term success, and should be your firm's next initiative in your journey toward a truly lean enterprise.


DVD / 2008 / () / 29 minutes

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BIG TWIN CUSTOMS, SWIFT MOTORCYCLE CO., S&S, COUNTRY LINE CHOPPERS, LONESOME ROAD CHOPPERS, AND OTHER CUSTOM MOTORCYCLE DESIGNS

By Professor Paul G. Ranky

Enjoy the Amazing Designs and the Excitement Quality

This publication is a professional quality DVD video, illustrating Big Twin Customs, Swift Motorcycle Co., S&S, Country Line Choppers, Lonesome Road Choppers, and other custom motorcycle designs. The beautiful wide-angle, and close-up shots in this video illustrate the key artistic and engineering design concepts of achieving often amazing products, exciting the customer and creating motorbikes, that customers want and desire.


DVD / 2007 / () / 26 minutes

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DUCATI, STAR, KAWASAKI, SUZUKI, AND OTHER CUSTOM MOTORCYCLE DESIGNS

Edited by Professor Paul G. Ranky, NJIT, New Jersey, USA.

Enjoy the Amazing Designs and the Excitement Quality

This publication is a professional quality DVD, illustrating Ducati, Star, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and other custom motorcycle designs. The beautiful wide-angle, and close-up shots in this program illustrate the key artistic and engineering design concepts of achieving often amazing products, exciting the customer and creating motorbikes, that customers want and desire.


DVD / 2007 / () / 15 minutes

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HARLEY DAVIDSON, TRIBAL IRON CUSTOM CHOPPERS, BIG TWIN CUSTOMS, AND OTHER CUSTOM MOTORCYCLE DESIGNS

Edited by Professor Paul G. Ranky, NJIT, New Jersey, USA

This publication is a professional quality DVD, illustrating Harley Davidson,Tribal Iron Custom Choppers, Big Twin Customs, and other custom motorcycle designs.

The beautiful wide-angle, and close-up shots in this program illustrate the key artistic and engineering design / industrial design / product and process quality concepts of achieving often amazing products, exciting the customer and creating motorbikes, that customers want and desire.


DVD / 2007 / () / 20 minutes

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SUZUKI, HONDA, PASTRANE AIRBRUSH STUDIOS, S&S, LONESOME ROAD CHOPPERS, SPORTBIKE CUSTOMS, BMW OLDIES, MOTO GUZZI, BOURGET'S BIKE WORKS, SUPER, AND OTHER CUSTOM MOTORCYCLE DESIGNS

Edited by Professor Paul G. Ranky, NJIT, New Jersey, USA.

This publication is a professional quality DVD, illustrating Suzuki, Honda, Pastrane Airbrush Studios, S&S, Lonesome Road Choppers, Sportbike Customs, BMW Oldies, Moto Guzzi, Bourget's Bike Works, Super, and other custom motorcycle designs. The beautiful wide-angle, and close-up shots in this program illustrate the key artistic and engineering design concepts of achieving often amazing products, exciting the customer and creating motorbikes, that customers want and desire.


DVD / 2007 / () / 22 minutes

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VICTORY, STAR, YAMAHA, AND OTHER CUSTOM MOTORCYCLE DESIGNS

Edited by Professor Paul G. Ranky, NJIT, New Jersey, USA

This is a professional quality DVD, illustrating Victory, Star, Yamaha, and other custom motorcycle designs. The beautiful wide-angle, and close-up shots in this program illustrate the key artistic and engineering design concepts of achieving often amazing products, exciting the customer and creating motorbikes, that customers want and desire.


DVD / 2007 / () / 20 minutes

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INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ENGINEERING CHALLENGES OF THE FORD SYNUS CONCEPT CAR, THE

An Interview with Jose Paris, Exterior Designer, Ford Motor Company, USA. Interviews and Edited by Professor Paul G. Ranky

This electronic publication is a professional quality DVD video of an in-depth, technical interview with Jose Paris, Exterior Designer, Industrial Designer, Ford Motor Company, USA, focusing on the industrial design, exterior and interior design, the integrated product / process / manufacturing / quality and safety design aspects of an exciting new concept car. Interviews and Edited by Professor Paul G. Ranky, PhD, NJIT, USA.

What you will learn: Having watched the DVD video, you will be able to understand the way modern automobile design professionals think and reason when designing a new concept car. The focus in this case is industrial design, nevertheless the attention to detail and the knowledge of integrated, multi-faceted engineering design, materials science, manufacturing / assembly process technology, styling, quality engineering, and other disciplines, required to design a successful car, are also explained.


DVD / 2006 / () / 24 minutes

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PRODUCT DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS

Featuring: Washburn Guitars

This program takes a look at the steps Washburn Guitars takes to create their high quality, customized guitars that reflect their tradition of craftsmanship and innovation. The process integrates Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer Numeric Control Machines, and highly trained workers. This has improved product quality and reduced the number of labor-intensive tasks.


DVD / 2006 / (Grades 9-12, College, Adult) / Approx. 7 minutes

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MANUFACTURING INSIGHTS: DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE AND ASSEMBLY

This program features an interview with Nicholas Dewhurst of Boothroyd Dewhurst regarding the concepts and use of DFMA in product analysis to understand the drivers of cost, and the interaction of the individual pieces within the product to optimize design, manufacturability, and assembly.

Two companies successful use of DFMA are also highlighted, including: MDS-SCIEX, a scientific instrumentation manufacturer, where implementation of DFMA philosophies helped reduce the product development design cycle for their API 2000 mass spectrometer from 48 months to 16 months; and Plug Power, a fuel cell manufacturer, where the integral use of DFMA facilitated development of their Proton Exchange membrane fuel cell systems at the lowest cost.


DVD / 2005 / () / 30 minutes

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DESIGNERS - CAR

Two young automotive designers develop their ideas for the exterior and interior of a car. Their concepts are refined through the construction of full scale clay models, and finally we see the cars being built on the assembly line.

DVD / 2004 / (Senior High) / 15 minutes

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DESIGNERS - PLASTIC BOTTLE

Two industrial designers devise an innovative new plastic sports drink bottle and a special sealing cap. The program introduces plastic as a material and shows the most common methods of manufacture used in the plastics industry.

DVD / 2004 / (Senior High) / 15 minutes

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MANUFACTURING INSIGHTS: DFM - DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING

At Storage Technology, a new assembly using DFM that costs 86% less, reduced part count from 119 to 36.

DFM applied to large hydraulic cylinders at Caterpillar, Inc. produced significant cost reduction.

Then, at Xerox, DFM was used to re-design a paper feed guide to go from five parts plus hardware to one part and snap fits.

Standardized components at IBM help expedite product development by offering the designers many necessary pre-designed "building blocks."


DVD / 2003 / () / 43 minutes

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BUSINESS DYNAMICS - MANAGEMENT: PRODUCT DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING

With the evolution of a new trailer and cart market for equipment transportation, new issues arose. This production illustrates how Tri-State Industries solved challenges they faced in this new market. The dynamics and considerations involved with cost, flexibility and capacity requirements are addressed. Tri-State improves, produces and delivers a quality product.

DVD / 1998 / (Grades 9-12, College, Adult) /

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DIGITAL PRODUCT DESIGN: CONCURRENT ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES AND SOME TOOLS FOR QUALITY DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING, ASSEMBLY & DISASSEMBLY, AND A DESKTOP TELEPHONE DISASSEMBLY USE CASE



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DIGITAL PRODUCT DESIGN: DESIGN FOR QUALITY, MANUFACTURING, ASSEMBLY & DISASSEMBLY PRINCIPLES, AND AN INKJET PRINTER GREEN ENGINEERING DISASSEMBLY USE CASE

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.

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