This two-day seminar will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to design,
conduct and analyze industrial experiments using the Taguchi approach. Basic principles
of experimental design and their applications to quality and productivity improvement
projects will be presented.
Who Should Attend
This seminar is especially useful for individuals who want to understand and apply
a collection of formal experimental procedures specifically designed to identify
optimal process conditions. Quality engineers, Six Sigma Black Belts and those assigned
responsibility for leading quality and productivity improvement teams will benefit
from participating in this seminar.
Recommended Training and/or Experience
A basic knowledge of computational mathematics and a practical understanding of
elementary applied statistics will be helpful.
Each participant will receive a seminar manual. Worksheets and spreadsheets for
analyzing factorial experiments will also be provided.
- Understand Taguchi Design of Experiment vs. Full Factorial Experiments
- Demonstrate how to use Taguchi DOE methodology in the product realization process
- Apply Taguchi DOE to analyze and improve everyday work / issues
Experimental Design Analysis
- What is Experimental Design Analysis?
- How is Experimental Design Analysis used in the Product Realization Process?
- Types of Experimental Design Analysis
Taguchi DOE Approach
- What is DOE and Why is the Name Taguchi Associated With It?
- Three-Stage Design Process
- Introduction to Loss Function
- Selecting Orthogonal Array
- The Taguchi Six-Step Process
Course Sequence: DOE