ADVICES OF DESIGNER
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Despite the rapid technological change around us, every designer
often faced with the need for "new" construction, machinery, devices,
unit, new to him and a nearby space , but it is widely known in the "other" world.
But unfortunately this world is for xinformational fence. It remains to look at it through
slits and licking their lips. Contemporary designer, working on a new product for him,
solves the same problem and is experiencing the same technical difficulties as well as the greaxtexplorers
Past - Sergei Korolev, Werner von Braun and others. The only thing that distinguishes
Contemporary Design from the classics - is confident that the problem
has a solution and that it was solved repeatedly.
xinformation needed to solve a specific problem, certainly is, but it skillfully
hidden behind various barriers - state, departmental, "secrets" of firms.
And now appeared a new barrier - financial. Most of the sources of technical
xinformation previously open to the user, made it means their income. Greed
some comes to the absurd. For example, many Russian-language sites are asked to pay for the same
xinformation that can be found on the free English-language sites. True, it is necessary to translate
task in English, and then suffer with back translation into Russian.
In connection with all these pressing question remains of technical literature . Under the new
development should take every opportunity to expand their store of knowledge about the investigated
subject. You should carefully review all sorts of reference books, xtextbooks, catalogs,
Encyclopedias and handouts. Constructor requires reliable quantitative data.
Formerly, the printed word is treated with great respect and cross-checked the xtext is not one
times before and after printing. Therefore, preference should be given old , but rather old
publications. In this should pay attention to the number of reprints This curious example:
In the 80 years at an exhibition in Moscow, we saw mill, disintegrator
some firms from Germany (or Switzerland, can not remember). Took a handout. Came home
and developed the same, as far as pictures of the Prospectus and are listed in the same technical
characteristics. Produced a prototype, tested, and were proud of "miracle of technology." And what we
were surprised when by chance in the Russian edition of the handbook HUTTE 1890 - Translate
from 14 th! German edition, we found a detailed description (with dimensions) mill-disintegrator
fully coincides with our "miracle of technology." (See page minihalva.ru/xistor1.html).
Incidentally, this is our mill and her younger descendants still work fine in Tashkent
and scare visitors with a menacing roar.