Industry 4.0 Science 39, 2023, 64-71
Makigami in the Product Development Process – Using a Lean Methodology to Integrate Sustainable and Circular Product Design

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						@Article{Pruhs+Kusch+Bertagnolli+Viere+Woidasky,
							Cite-key = "Pruhs2023Maki", 
							Year= "2023", 
							Number= "1", 
							 Volume= "Industry 4.0 Science 39", 
							Pages= "64-71", 
							Journal   = "Industry 4.0 Science",
							 Title= "Makigami in the Product Development Process – Using a Lean Methodology to Integrate Sustainable and Circular Product Design", 
							Author= "Annika Pruhs, Anina Kusch, Frank Bertagnolli, Tobias Viere and Jörg Woidasky, Institute for Industrial Ecology, Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences", 
							Doi= "https://doi.org/10.30844/I4SE.23.1.64", 
							 Abstract= "In order to implement future improvements in circular product properties such as lifespan extension, continued use or high-quality recycling, industrial product development and design processes must take the entire
ecological and economic life cycle of products into account. This article uses a company example to explain how such processes can be documented and analyzed using the Makigami method to support a comprehensive “Design for Circularity” concept. The chosen approach facilitates the
identification of the application points of circular design decisions and the implementation of validated circular economy principles.", 
							 Keywords= "lean method, makigami, circular economy, product development, circular product design, EU Directive 2009/125/EC, ecodesign approaches, environmentally friendly product design, eco-friendly product design, product carbon footprint", 
							}
					
Annika Pruhs, Anina Kusch, Frank Bertagnolli, Tobias Viere and Jörg Woidasky, Institute for Industrial Ecology, Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences(2023): Makigami in the Product Development Process – Using a Lean Methodology to Integrate Sustainable and Circular Product Design. Industry 4.0 Science 391(2023), S. 64-71. Online: https://doi.org/10.30844/I4SE.23.1.64 (Abgerufen 17.04.24)

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Abstract

In order to implement future improvements in circular product properties such as lifespan extension, continued use or high-quality recycling, industrial product development and design processes must take the entire ecological and economic life cycle of products into account. This article uses a company example to explain how such processes can be documented and analyzed using the Makigami method to support a comprehensive “Design for Circularity” concept. The chosen approach facilitates the identification of the application points of circular design decisions and the implementation of validated circular economy principles.

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lean method, makigami, circular economy, product development, circular product design, EU Directive 2009/125/EC, ecodesign approaches, environmentally friendly product design, eco-friendly product design, product carbon footprint

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