QUASI-ACCURATE PRODUCT QUALITY ASSESSMENT METHOD IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
Keywords:industrial design, industrial product, quality control, quasi-accurate method, competitiveness
The present paper proposes a quasi-accurate quality assessment design method for industrial products, in addition to the measures implemented within an industrial unit, in order to improve product quality, This method is designed by the author and consists of a total of five indicators. Each category of indicators has a number of points related. The total amount of points, obtained by an industrial product, it means its level of competitiveness. The dynamic and complex nature of quality in modern production determined this new approach regarding quality control. This new method analyzes the product in all its complexity provided by the following features: functional, technical, economical, ergonomic, shape, color, style, affordability, degree of obsolescence, pollution.
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