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Products
Last Updated: October 7, 2015
How are products manufactured?
Here you will find all the guidelines of manufacturing, from a paper napkin to an aircraft.

What is a product?
A good, idea, method, information, object or service created as a result of a process and serves a need or satisfies a want. It has a combination of tangible and intangible attributes (benefits, features, functions, uses) that a ______ offers a ______ for _____.

There are two types of products tangible and intangible.
A product can be a service or an item. It can be physical or in virtual or cyber form.

Product classification

A product can be classified as building materials or intangible. A tangible product is a physical object that can be perceived by touch such as a building, vehicle, gadget, or clothing. Intangible Data Products can further be classified into Virtual Digital Goods ("VDG") that are virtually located on a computer OS and accessible

In economics, a good is defined as something that satisfies a demand and therefore has economic value.
Before the advent of the computer age, most goods were physical or tangible goods that could be held.
A book, a piece of furniture, and a cheeseburger are all examples of tangible goods. By contrast, intangible goods have value but do not have a physical presence

Digitized Content

The most common types of intangible goods are digitized content. These are items of value that are delivered from a producer to a consumer but cannot be held.

What are examples of various manufactured products?
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Aviation Products
Abrasives
Adhesives, Sealants and Tape
Aluminum
Batteries
Battery Chargers
Books
Computers and Internet
Construction Materials
Communication Products
Cooking Utensils
Clothes & Fashion
Cleaning Products
Cosmetics
Devices
    What is a device?
    What are the types of devices?
    What are examples of devices?
    Here are further guidelines.
Drugs (Pharmaceutical products)
Drugs/A to Z Drug List
Disposable Products
Elements
Equipment
Electrical Products
Electronic Products
Engine
Engine-generator

An engine-generator is the combination of an electrical generator and an engine (prime mover) mounted together to form a single piece of equipment.

What's the difference between a motor and an engine?
The real difference, is the fact that "motors" run on electricity, while "engines" run on combustion.
Electric motor

Cutaway of a fractional-horsepower single-phase induction motor

Engine

Jet Engine


Aircraft jet engine detail. Jet engine aircraft closeup.
Here are further guidelines.

Motor
Here are further guidelines.
Fabrics
Farm Machinery
Fasteners
Food Products
Furniture Manufacturing
Furnishing Products
Fuel Products
Fleet and Vehicle Maintenance
Furniture, Hospitality and Food Service
Health care electronics
Generators
Glass
HVAC and Refrigeration
Hand Tools
Hardware
Home appliances
Hydraulics
Iron
Inorganic Chemical Products
Laundry Products
Lab Supplies
Lighting
Lubrication
Machines
    What is a machine?
    What should you know about machines?
    What devices are useful in making machines?
    What are recommendations to other experienced engineers?
    What are the types of machines?
    How are machines classified?
    What are examples of machines?
    Here are further guidelines.
Materials
    What is material?
    What are the types of materials?
    What should you know about materials?
    Here are further guidelines.
Machining
Material Handling
Motors
Medical Devices/Medical Equipment
Measurement Instruments
Metals and alloys
Office Supplies
Outdoor Equipment
Paint, Equipment and Supplies
Processes
    What is an engineering process?
    What are the types of engineering processes?
    What are examples of engineering processes?
    Fuel making (oil refinery) is an engineering process.
    Here are further guidelines.
Personal Care Products (Toiletries)
Pipe Fittings
Plumbing fixtures
Plumbing
Pneumatics
Power Tools
Power Transmission
Pumps
Raw Materials
Reference and Learning Supplies
Recycled Products
Safety
Security
Structures
    What is a structure?
    What are the types of structures?
    What is structural analysis?
    What structures are subject to structural analysis?
    How is the conclusion of structural analysis reached?
    How do you do structural analysis?
    What is the intended use of the structure?
    Is the structure fit for intended use?
    Here are further guidelines.
Systems
    What is an engineering system?
    What are examples of systems engineering?
    Here are further guidelines.
Stationery (writing materials)
Shoes, Boots, Sandals, Designer Shoes & Handbags
Stove
Tools
    What is a tool?
    What are types of tools?

    Here are further guidelines.
Transformers
Utensils
Vehicles
Test Instruments
Telecommunications equipment
Welding
Last Updated: October 7, 2015