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A mixture of two or more metals, or a metal mixed with another metal
Alloy
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Body measurement data
Anthropometrics
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The production method used to make a specific number of identical products
Batch Production
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Used to hold sheets of paper together in the form of a book
Binding
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something that decays over time
Biodegradable
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Its sets standards for the quality ans safety of products and methods. A product that meets theses standards can display the Kitemark
British Standards Institutions
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Designing and manufacturing using a computer
CAD CAM
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The amount of harmful greenhouse gases produced by manufacturing and using products
Carbon Footprint
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The different parts that are assembled to make a product
Components
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Making large amounts of a product non-stop
Continuous Production
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Legal protection which prevents copying of written, drawn or recorded work.
Copyright
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with a ridged or grooved surface
Corrugated
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The instructions that the client gives to the designer about what they want the product to be like
Design Brief
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The instructions that the client gives to the designer about what they want the product to be like
Design Specification
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Taking a product apart to see how it was made
Disassembly
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Easy and comfortable for people to use
Ergonomics
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Metals that contain irons
Ferrous
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A thin, hair-like strand can be used to make fabrics
Fibre
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Protects a product from dirt and damage and improve looks
Finishing
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a resource that will eventually run out
Finite
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drawing without using any equipment
Freehand
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A time plan that shows how long different tasks will take and the order they need to be done in
Gantt Chart
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Grams per square metre
GSM
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comes from trees with broad leaves, usually denser and harder
Hardwood
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A potential danger to humans or the environment
Hazard
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Another word for colour
Hue
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They issue certificates to organisation that meet international standards of quality
ISO
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covered with a layer of another material
Laminated
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When a product is made due to customer demands
Market Pull
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Asking the target market what they like or dislike about products, to help with your design
Market Research
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How companies try to sell their products
Marketing
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Used to produce a large number of identical products on a product line
Mass Production
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Body measurement data

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The production method used to make a specific number of identical products

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Used to hold sheets of paper together in the form of a book

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something that decays over time

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