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Visualizing the impact of tolerances on cosmetic product quality

Juster, N.P. and Fitchie, M.R. and Taylor, S.J. and Dew, P. and Maxfield, J. (2001) Visualizing the impact of tolerances on cosmetic product quality. In: Design research: theories, methodologies, and product modelling : 21-23 August 2001, Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow, UK. WDK publications, 1 . Professional Engineering, pp. 669-676. ISBN 1-86058-354-7

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Abstract

This paper is about visualizing the impact of telerances on cosmetic product quality. It was presented at the design research theories, methodologies, and product modelling conference 2001.