EWI GUIDE TO DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS FOR ENGINEERING CHALLENGES
So, you’re assessing a processing technology for your manufacturing system. How do you characterize performance? What assessment tools can be used to make sure the fabrication process you develop will be scalable and efficient on the factory floor?
Design of experiments (DOE) methodology offers a statistics-based approach for understanding the behaviors and responses of specific processing technologies when used under a known set of factors. When applied early in manufacturing process development, a DOE model can provide critical information for process optimization, assessments of inherent robustness, and prediction of future performance.
Applying DOE approaches in your technical investigations gives you a head start when developing your new products. To learn more, download The EWI Guide to Design of Experiments for Engineering Challenges. This new resource, written by Senior Technology Leader Jerry Gould, is available for free by filling out the form below:
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