The Difference of Knowing you Know vs Not
Adam and Chris Stapelmann discussing the difference between having created a reliable design and knowing why the design you created is reliable.
Join Adam and Chris as they discuss the surprises many companies experience when a “work horse” product is followed by a dud.
- A product that demonstrated high reliability may not be due to it’s ability to control variability or having margins in the right places.
- There are many stories of “next generation” products that are “simple” upgrades to a known reliable product but result in very high failure rates. There were low margins against high variabilities that just needed small adjustments to create a failure rate spike.
- Investing in studies to know why your products are reliable is as important as studying why they are not.
Enjoy an episode of Speaking of Reliability. Where you can join friends as they discuss reliability topics. Join us as we discuss topics ranging from design for reliability techniques, to field data analysis approaches.
SOR 312 The Difference of Knowing you Know vs NotAdam Bahret
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