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Title: The Sustainable Infant High Chair by Industrial Design Perspective
Authors: Seyajah, Norhisham
Abdullah, Anati Balqis
(UniKL MIDI)
Keywords: Baby Toddler
Design Process
High Chair
Material
Sustainability
Issue Date: 16-Nov-2019
Abstract: The awareness of the importance of hygiene especially in baby products known as the baby high chair is the subject of this study. With that the product is characterized by innovation in meeting market demands needs to be taken into account. In this study, aspects that need to be considered include aspects of safety, ergonomic, product design and proposed materials in line with the current sustainability requirement. In this study the Methods are developed such as Quality Functional Deployment (QFD), Product Design Specification (PDS), and Concept Design & Development. The Design analysis is carried out on material properties, and then bamboo composite know as sustainable material as the main material in the study is used. The testing using ASTM three-point bending method D7264-07 as standard test method. The challenge is how to make a designer aware of using greenhouse emissions, which has many advantages over other materials especially in recycling material.
URI: http://ir.unikl.edu.my/jspui/handle/123456789/23063
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