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PLTW CIM Lesson 2.1

Toppenish High School -PLTW CIM Lesson 2.1 Designing for Manufacturability

QuestionAnswer
Competent Properly or sufficiently qualified; capable or efficient.
Defective Imperfect in form or function.
Design Flaws An imperfection in an object or machine.
Durability The quality of equipment or goods of continuing to be useful after an extended period of time and usage.
Economics Dealing with production, distribution, and consumption of products or wealth.
Ethics The standards for ethical or moral behavior of a particular group. In our case it will be the Engineering Code of Ethics.
Functionality The ability of a product to do the job for which it was intended.
Morality Rules relating to principles of right and wrong in behavior.
Purpose What one intends to do or bring about.
Quality Control The process of making sure that products or services meet consistently high standards.
Created by: rliving01