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BS 8887-1:2006 Design for manufacture, assembly, disassembly and end-of-life processing (MADE) General concepts, process and requirements

BS 8887-1:2006

Design for manufacture, assembly, disassembly and end-of-life processing (MADE) General concepts, process and requirements

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Standard number:BS 8887-1:2006
Pages:46
Released:2006-10-31
ISBN:0 580 49335 0
Status:Standard
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BS 8887-1:2006


This standard BS 8887-1:2006 Design for manufacture, assembly, disassembly and end-of-life processing (MADE) is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 01.110 Technical product documentation
  • 03.100.50 Production. Production management
  • 01.100.01 Technical drawings in general

This part of BS 8887 specifies requirements for the preparation, content and structure of design output and the preparation of related technical product documentation for the manufacture, assembly, disassembly and end-of-life processing (MADE) of products. It identifies and describes methodologies and conventions appropriate to the preparation of documentation, in whatever form, intended to transfer a design concept to manufacture, including the determination of required accuracy and tolerances for verification purposes. It also provides guidance on the application of principles and techniques to assist the designer in the preparation of unambiguous instructions, commensurate with the perceived complexity, role and life of the intended product.

In addressing end-of-life requirements, this British Standard extends beyond specification for the manufacture and assembly of products to incorporate recommendations on how best to incorporate into the documentation, guidance on the ultimate reuse, recovery, recycling and disposal of the components and materials used.

NOTE Requirements to modify any design and therefore its specification could arise as a result of experience in manufacture and use but the provision of design improvement occurring subsequent to the issue of the first sealed design brief is outside the scope of this British Standard.