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What questions should you answer if any product needs to be made? |
What product needs to be made?
What raw materials are required for this product?
What are the specifications of the product?
How many of these products are required?
What is the purpose of this product?
How will the tests for quality be done?
When do you need these products?
Is this product already made in the state?
What products are made in the state?
What products are not made in the state?
How much space is required to assemble or manufacture parts of this product?
How many workers are required to make this specific number of products and how long should it take?
How many people are expected to use this product?
What are sources of raw material?
Recycling plant first option.
If you have a relevant product, then you can establish service or services.
What various engineering products do human beings need?
How are various engineering products for human beings' needs made?
How will your education help people develop products and services?
What are the key products and services?
What is the quantity of products or services?
How is the quality of products or services?
Are these products or services essential ingredients of the economy?
Are these products or services available?
What are the products of various fibers?
What products are made from acrylic?
What should you know about a material?
Is it natural or man-made?
Is it a compound or a mixture?
Is it solid, liquid, or gas?
Is it organic or inorganic?
What elements does it contain?
What are the mechanical, chemical, thermal, and/or electric conductivity properties of the materials?
What should be included in the mechanical, chemical, thermal, and/or electric conductivity properties of the materials?
Mechanical properties also are called strength of materials.
What are its natural uses?
What products are made from this material?
What is a synthetic material?
A substance made artificially, by heat and chemical reactions, is a synthetic.
What properties should new materials have?
You need to answer these questions:
What is the intended use of this material?
Is this material for human body use or nonhuman body use?
Materials for use in the human body must be nontoxic and resistant to corrosion by blood and other body fluids.