Taguchi Method

1527 Words Sep 18th, 2015 7 Pages
Campus Monterrey

Design and Analysis of Experiments

Research

TAGUCHI METHOD

Fernando de Castro Palomino Siller – A01191233



Thursday, September 17th, 2015

Professor: Héctor Rincón

CONTENT

Introduction ……………………………….………………………………… 3

Why to use Taguchi Method ……………………………….……………. 3-4

Taguchi Method Strategy ……………………………….………………… 4

P-diagram ……………………………….………………………………….. 5

Quality Measurement ……………………………….……………………. 5-6

Signal To Noise (S/N) Ratios ……………………………….…………… 6-7

Static Versus Dynamic S/N Ratios……………………………….………. 7

Steps in Robust Parameter Design ……………………………….……. 7-8

Conclusions ……………………………….……………………………….. 8

Bibliography ……………………………….………………………………..
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These investments have had great impact on the cost structure and consequently, on the bottom line of these companies. Because of the fact that many of the companies have reached the maximum potential of the Six Sigma approach, what would be the next step for productivity improvement?
Studies have shown that the design stage directly influences more than 70% of a product’s life cycle cost. Companies with high product development effectiveness have earnings three times the average earnings, and have revenue growth two times the average revenue growth.

These observations are persuading more and more companies to adopt improved product development processes under Taguchi Method. This method’s approach is focused on increasing engineering productivity so that new products can be developed rapidly and at low cost, and value based management.

Taguchi Method Strategy

Variation reduction is recognized all around the world as a key to productivity improvement. There are many approaches to reducing the variability, each one having its place in the product development cycle. By focusing on variation reduction at the design stage, you can prevent failures in the following stages of a product’s life cycle. The Six Sigma approach has made fantastic improvements in cost reduction by finding problems that occur in manufacturing operations and fixing the immediate causes. The Robust…

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