DFMEA -Design FMEA Training
Design FMEA training helps design engineers, verification engineers, and project/product managers to proactively analyze, investigate, troubleshoot and uncover potential failure, quality, performance, and safety and hazards issues.
What is FMEA?
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is defined as a regular technique used to inhibit failure. Such action is conducted through the exploration of potential failure modes and the reasons that can cause such failure. FMEA actions occur within a team activity by tackling high severity, high occurrence, and high detection rankings that are determined by the analysis. Only through the preventive process of FMEA we can assure the product performance is satisfactory and the chance of product failure is reduced. The Design FMEA training course will help you explore these steps in detail and learn how to put them into action to prevent system failure.
What is DFMEA?
DFMEA, or Design Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, is typically used in the early stage of the product lifecycle and development as a troubleshooting and assurance process and tool.
- Engineers, scientists, and managers involved with manufacturing
- Production and manufacturing team
- Product design personnel
- Reliability, testing, and quality team members
- R&D personnel
- Product and process assurance people
- Assembly personnel
- Effective Risk Management.
- High Customer Satisfaction Ratings.
- Lower Production Costs.
- Prioritize Action Items.