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Analysis on product design

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People Places I will need to speak to my I will need to visit various places teacher for building instructions. ...read more.


home. Processes Products I will need to see if the materials I will need to look and test out the Are suitable for the product, I need following materials: pine, plywood To see if the appropriate tools are and acrylic. ...read more.


Available for the task. I will try out all the needed tools and materials to see if they are in good condition. ...read more.

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