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Outdoor Picnic Furniture by Mind Map: Outdoor Picnic Furniture
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Outdoor Picnic Furniture

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Consumer Protection

Consumer Safety Act

Trades description Act

Fire Safety Regulatioons

Sale of goods act

Offensive content

Offensive pictures or symbols (e.g. Swastika)

Choice of material. (e.g. No leather for vegan people)

Ergonomics

Comfort

Equipment / Process

Metal Forming

Injection Moulding

Vacuum Forming

Strip Heater

Safety

Wood Forming

Materials

Recycling

Wood, certain metals and plastic

Woods

Non-staining coat

Metals

Should be light, to make it easier to carry around

Plastics

Lightweight, useful for portable products

Adhesives

Non-toxic

Properties

Must not be toxic or contaminate food

Must last long in rough weather, No rusting, Slow wear, Musn't crack if dropped

Product Development

Existing Products

Evaluation and Testing

Check for improvement for next time

Health and Safety

Safety Symbols

British Standards

European

Weight

Portable, Lightweight

Secured to ground, Can be heavy

Stability

Must be able to support a family (around 4/5 people)

Sharp Edges

Should be reduced for safety, especially with the target population being children

Toxic materials

Design requirments

Client Requirements

Profits through sales

Consumer Requirments

Questionnaires / Surveys

Target Population

Families, 4-6 people

Children, Anthropometrics

Friends

Usage Properties

Portable products, Lightweight, usually collapsible

On-Site Facilities, Stable, Wide Base, Attachment to ground

Quantity Production

Thousands / Hundreds of thousands

Continuous, Batch, Thousands / Hundreds

Scales of production

single item, Bound to be more expensive than mass production, labour intensive

one off

mass / batch

Environment

Waste Reduction

Recycling

Sustainable Forests