Laboratory Prototyping with Associated Laboratory Testing

Following an in-depth understanding building on these habits and practices and an assessment of the need gaps, the developer begins by creating prototypes of potential products that can better meet the consumers' needs. First, simple laboratory tests are conducted on product parts (e.g., tests of core absorbent properties, product integrity tests) or on the total prototype product (e.g., speed of menstrual liquid absorption) to assess its likely performance in use. As the prototype approaches the final product design, more complex tests are conducted that involve the actual wearing of the product (e.g., leakage protection tests, stay-in-place studies).

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