Konceptstudie på plug-and-play system

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Högskolan i Jönköping/JTH, Maskinteknik; Högskolan i Jönköping/JTH, Maskinteknik

Sammanfattning: The report deals with a bachelor’s degree project in Product Development and Design at Jönköping University 2018. The thesis was carried out on behalf of Orkla House Care AB as the concluding part of the Mechanical Engineering program. The work was carried out by Adrian Stanikowski and Carina Wirén. The work consisted of developing an extensional concept on a plug-and-play system. Orkla House Care AB bought Anza, a manufacturer of various painting tools, in 2012. Selected products have an extensibility that gives them a more ergonomic approach to painting ceilings, walls, and floors. The existing extension system has an outgoing patent and therefore Orkla House Care has designed this project focusing on product development and construction. To get a clearer picture of what users are looking for at the product, a preliminary study was carried out. After the completion of this preliminary study, a product specification could be created. At the idea generation phase, all ideas were recorded where the product specification was omitted to avoid limiting creative thinking. The specification was then the foundation of the final concepts chosen by screening. The work focused on creating a user-friendly extension system that clearly shows the function. The focus area has primarily included the elimination of the end plug of the extensible tool, as well as avoiding the use of buttons for attachment and detachment. This focus is to avoid as many misunderstandings for the user as possible. The result of the work was a new plug-and-play system with a new design solution.

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