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Product Design Evolution. Student Exemplar. Student Exemplar. This presentation is a student exemplar. Evolution of Product Design. History of a Product. Why do we change products? Who impacts these changes?. Room Key. History of a Product. When do changes take place?

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Product design evolution

Product Design Evolution

Student Exemplar


Student exemplar
Student Exemplar

  • This presentation is a student exemplar.



History of a product
History of a Product

  • Why do we change products?

  • Who impacts these changes?


History of a product1

Room Key

History of a Product

  • When do changes take place?

  • Where do these changes come from?

  • What advantages and disadvantages are associated with these changes?


A product s changing lifecycle
A Product’s Changing Lifecycle

  • Concept or redesign

  • Change in “needs”

  • Research

  • New materials and/or technology

  • Sketching and development

  • Manufacture

  • Test

  • Market and distribution

  • Feedback


Example product evolution
Example Product Evolution

  • “MIT Invention Index at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology asked which of five inventions Americans could not live without.”

  • “The toothbrush emerged as the undisputed champ, beating out the car, the personal computer, the cell phone, and the microwave, in that order, as the most prized innovation.”


The first toothbrush
The First Toothbrush

  • Some records indicate a version of the toothbrush that dates back as far as 5000 years ago. Babylonians rubbed a “chew stick” on their teeth and mouth to keep them clean


The bristle toothbrush
The Bristle Toothbrush

  • In 1498 a bristle toothbrush was created in China. The bristles were actually the stiff, coarse hairs taken from the back of a hog's neck and were attached to handles made of bone or bamboo.


American contributions
American Contributions

  • The first American to patent a toothbrush was H.N. Wadsworth in the 1850s. Companies in the U.S. started mass producing the toothbrush around 1885.

  • Most Americans did not brush their teeth until Army soldiers in World War II were taught the habit of tooth brushing and brought their enforced habit back home after the War.


Nylon bristles
Nylon Bristles

  • Natural bristles were used in toothbrushes until nylon was discovered. In 1938, nylon, invented by Dupont, replaced the natural bristle. One of the first nylon toothbrushes to commercialize the industry was called Doctor West’s Miracle toothbrush.


Electric toothbrush
Electric Toothbrush

  • In 1960 the first commercialized electric toothbrush was marketed in the United States. The technology was developed in Switzerland in 1939

The Broxodent shown above was marketed by the Squibb company.


Electric toothbrush1
Electric Toothbrush

The Broxodent shown above was marketed by the Squibb company.

Sonicare™


Ergonomic design
Ergonomic Design

  • The past 100 years have seen many innovations to the toothbrush such as ergonomic handles, spinning heads, and improved bristle configurations

  • A pioneer in this transformation was Dr. Robert Hutson, a periodontist from San Jose, California. Hutson invented the first toothbrush with soft end-rounded nylon bristles. He named the product Oral-B


Ergonomic design1
Ergonomic Design

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Electronic advancements
Electronic Advancements

  • Toothbrush designs are now starting to include electronics. The Radius™ toothbrush has a built-in timer that blinks light or plays music to let you know how long to brush

Radius™


References
References

  • Oral B. Oral B history. Retrieved from http://www.oralb.com/aboutus/history.asp


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