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Explain how the designer has considered ergonomics in the design of each product.

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SB: 32&;3L 5.1.2b, 5.1.3e Ergonomics (2) ...read more.

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Marcel Breuer Wassily Tubular steel and fabric chair Plastic wind up radio Stainless steel household tap 34 Heinemann Educational: GCSE Resistant Materials for OCR: JRF ...read more.

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