2.1.1 Testing Requirements

It is of critical importance that assemblies and joined components undergo thorough testing and validation. Testing and assessing the materials, joining methods, and finished parts are key to validating a design. It is also essential to ensure that the finished product is fit for its purpose and can operate and perform to the necessary levels outlined during the conception, design and prototyping phases. The testing of actual parts should be mandatory, but consideration should also be given to the method of production/assembly and the varying results different approaches and processes may yield.

2.2 Factors for Joining Method

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