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Both DFMEA and PFMEA have similar principles and follow identical steps. Both involve identifying potential failures, their impact, and corrective measures to be taken for reducing or eliminating these potential failures. However, DFMEA and PFMEA differ in a few aspects, such as their focus and the stage in which these two analyses are done. DFMEA […]

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DFMEA and PFMEA

Quality Function Deployment (QFD) is a structured approach followed by customer-driven organizations to transform customer requirements into their product specifications. The House of Quality (HOQ) is a diagram used by a product development team during the initial stage of the QFD process.

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House of Quality (HOQ)& QFD

DFSS and DMAIC are two of the methodologies commonly used by organizations to implement. Six Sigma. Organizations with well-developed Six Sigma programs also run DMAIC and DFSS projects concurrently. Feature Description Focus DMAIC: Improving the existing products and services or processes.

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How is DFSS different from DMAIC?

Another roadmap of DFSS is DMADV, an acronym for five interconnected phases, namely Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, and Verify. This methodology is used in projects that involve creating a new product or process design. Define – The project goals are defined so that they are in line with customer requirements and enterprise strategies. Measure – […]

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What is DMADV?

Identify The voice of the customer (VOC) is gathered and converted into technical requirements in this phase. A business case is then established and a project charter is prepared along with milestones. A team is also formed to carry out the project. Roles and responsibilities of the team members are also set during this phase. […]

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What is IDOV roadmap of DFSS approach?