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Technical Design

What is Technical Design?

Technical design is the process of determining, planning, and designing the physical characteristics and structure of a product or system. This process is carried out in accordance with the functional requirements of the product, user needs, engineering standards, and manufacturing methods. Technical design is generally part of the engineering disciplines and covers the design stages of products or systems.

Technical Design

Technical Design Process


At the beginning of the design process, the functional requirements, user needs, and other relevant factors of the product or system are determined. This step defines the goals and constraints of the design.


In this stage, different design ideas and concepts are created and evaluated. The most suitable design option is selected or combined from different design alternatives.


The selected design concept is examined and developed in more detail. At this stage, the dimensions, shapes, materials, and assembly methods of the product or system parts are determined.


Digital models of the product or system are created using computer-aided design (CAD) software. In addition, simulation and analysis tools are used to evaluate the performance and behavior of the design.


A prototype of the design is produced and tested. This prototype is tested under real-world conditions for the functionality, durability, and performance of the design.

Revision and improvement

Based on the feedback obtained from prototype tests, the design is revised and improved. This process allows for the optimization of the design and ensures that the final product meets the requirements.