Question #1 It is true that poor design can lead to numerous problems. What might be some additional steps to add to the design process for companies to avoid careless errors?
Design for manufacturability typically focuses on the process of designing a product for efficient production at the highest level of quality. How does this concept relate to your point that “some product designs being manufactured these days are simply difficult to produce and ‘costly` regarding production.”? Many products by nature are complex, such as an airplane and can be difficult to manufacture and expensive.
Perhaps you could further expand upon what might cause some of the out-of-control indicators? For instance, you mentioned improper sampling, so would that need to be addressed by increasing the sample size and/or making it more random? Also you mentioned software issues. How would you determine when software is outdated and needs to be upgraded? How would you classify these variables in the context of statistical thinking of process variations
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Question1: Designing aspect in manufacturing a product requires that the designer goes beyond his capacity of modeling anesthetic product. The old fashioned normal R & D standards that give solutions to aesthetic errors are currently faced out. Therefore, designers and planners ought to understand that linking the product manufacturing process to strategies, marketing, and user experience analyses coupled with innovation, ergonomic among others are essen