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Consumer lead design and manufacturing

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The talk discusses the possibility of the general public to lead the design and manufacturing of a product. According to the trend of products and services, consumers are now getting closer to …

The talk discusses the possibility of the general public to lead the design and manufacturing of a product. According to the trend of products and services, consumers are now getting closer to independently producing products and services. For instance photography and photo printing where customer can easily take a picture and print the picture by themselves. In addition, in travel management, nowadays people do not need to ask the travel agent to arrange their itinerary but they can do it by themselves through online websites. Similar manner would also happen in terms of manufacturing a product. With the development of 3D printing and consumer design software the general public’s capability can be increased to produce their own desired product.

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  • 1. CONSUMERS LEAD DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING “Exploring the possibility for consumers to undertake all of the product creation process from design to manufacture” Yudhi Ariadi - 3rd Year PhD Student Loughborough Design School Design Practice Research Group Supervisors: Dr Mark Evans and Dr Ian Campbell 20th June 2013
  • 2. CONSUMERS LEAD DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING “Exploring the possibility for consumers to undertake all of the product creation process from design to manufacture” User Centred Design (Consumers) Participatory Design UX CoCREATIONConsumer Design cooperative design users involvement CoDesign creativity of designers and people not trained in ….to refer to the design working together in the design development process. (Stappers & Sanders, 2008)
  • 3. Loughborough Design School The Trend #1 : Photography & Photo printing Customers are getting closer to producing a product… 10 years ago… Sorry mate, due to high demand Your photos will be ready in the next 3 days 3 days later… This is so dull.. This one is red eyes… Ohh.. my eyes closed… OMG MY ACNES…! Nowadays…. This photo is more beautiful than the real one….! Amazing Photo Editor App  Auto brightness  Red eyes removal  Acne removal  Beautiful enhancement
  • 4. Loughborough Design School The Trend #2 Everything becomes easier : Sculpting (General public’s capability is increasing) DAVID GOLIATH (Only head) David, sculpted by Michelangelo from 1501 to 1504 Yudhi, Manufactured by LPDU* : : from 1310 to 1610 *LPDU = Lancaster Product Development Unit (Full body;) http://yoga108.org/images/blog/2007/520.jpg (1:10pm to 4:10pm ;)
  • 5. Loughborough Design School The current technologies In manufacturing products We simplify a complicated manufacturing system to become www.plasticimpex.com
  • 6. Loughborough Design School The (very near) future Mum… I bought an Additive Manufacturing machine….! No….! It’s less than your boxing day handbag price… We can print toys… Beautiful shoes.. A Handbag.. Hooray http://gabrielfam.deviantart.com/art/House-Cartoon-57671182 Currently: - 24 machines < £500, (4 assembled, 20 DIY kit) - 4 machines < £300, (1 assembled, 3 DIY kit) WHAT….! Manufacturing system..??? It must be very expensive..! Okay… So what can we do with it…?
  • 7. Loughborough Design School The problem Complexity of Computer-aided Design (CAD) 28 videos online training future factory Cubify shapeways Getting started with SketchUp - Part 1 (9:58) Getting started with SketchUp - Part 2 (8:12) Getting started with SketchUp - Part 3 (14:48) Getting started with SketchUp - Part 4 (12:11) SketchUp Toolbar Series (24 videos) Selections (4:28) Components (4:26) Paint Bucket (4:18) Eraser (1:55) Rectangle (1:34) Lines (2:37) Circle/Polygon (3:10) Arc (4:12) Freehand (1:03) Move (2:23) Push Pull (3:33) Rotate (4:48) Follow-Me (4:21) Scale (3:42) Offset (3:07) Tape Measure (3:06) Dimensioning (4:04) Protractor (2:42) Text & 3D Text (5:05) Axes (2:20) Navigation (3:03) SolidWorks Essentials Arounddays 4 (2:38) Position Camera/ Look Walk (2:14) Advanced Part Modeling 2.5 days Sections (2:22) Surface Modeling 2 days 8.5 days
  • 8. Loughborough Design School The suggestion CaCODE: Computer-aided Consumer Design (Development) Designers / Engineers: Create ‘unfinished’ design; basic design / shape (Sinclair, 2012) Consumers: Modify/configure certain design aspects (shape, function, colour, material etc) CaCODE: ShoesCAD CaCODE: PenCAD Print it! CaCODE: TableWareCAD
  • 9. Loughborough Design School *designed by consumers discussion

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