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Methods and Materials of Production I/II

Methods and Materials of Production I/II
TOYD250/251

Methods and Materials of Production I - Materials used for manufacturing within the industry are important because they determine the durability and safety of toys, the use of toys by consumers, and the methods and costs of production. Each of these issues must be considered in order to successfully design and market a toy. This course focuses on different manufacturing processes as well as the understanding and use of materials in toy design. Of special interest are issues regarding sustainability.

Methods and Materials of Production II - This second-semester course explores more advanced manufacturing processes and materials. Discussion focuses on the fundamentals of plastic components and design, exploring the possibilities and limitations associated with plastic toy components. Of special interest are issues regarding sustainability.
PrerequisIte: TOYD250 Methods and Materials l.