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Remanufacturing and product design: designing for the 7th generation

By Casper Gray and Martin Charter

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The following is taken directly from the research report.\ud \ud This report investigates Design for Remanufacture in terms of both detailed product design and the business context in which Design for Remanufacture may operate.\ud Key Study Objectives\ud • To understand the link between design and remanufacture\ud • To understand how Design for Remanufacture can lead to increased innovation and Sustainable Development (SD)\ud • To identify proactive strategies to further Design for Remanufactur

Topics: TS Manufactures, NK Decorative arts Applied arts Decoration and ornament
Publisher: Centre for Sustainable Design
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:kultur.ucreative.ac.uk:695
Provided by: UCA Research Online
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