Six Sigma analysing

Incoming goods inspection, sign-off lists, product drop outs or repairs are a waste within Lean, which most times also cost a lot of resources. Six Sigma techniques will help you to prevent making extra cost or losing any more money

Six Sigma means 99.99999% good! Or 3.4 errors per million opportunities

In the case of a good VSM, the most important wastes quickly rise. If a process is not under control (Poka Yoke) you have to take countermeasures. Often all kinds of inspections are then made up in which some people are fully involved. The one waste is replaced by the next waste. But product failures or delayed process pace is also an important points of attention within Lean.
Removing the so-called. “Root cause” or detecting the real cause is not an easy task. Especially when a waste is no longer seen as such!

Six Sigma offers a number of very advanced tools to link the so-called “Key Process Input Variables” (KPIV) to the “Key Process Output Variables” (KPOV). After all, if we understand the connection between the two, we are also able to not only get the process more reliable, but we can also adjust this process in such a way that, for example, material consumption is reduced by adjust it to one side of the spec limits.

For a process analysis we use both simple and more complex tools. We also see a difference in that between a so-called. Green belt and a Black belt training.
The following example tools are used:

Green Belt Black Belt
Isikawa DOE
FMEA Capability
5 times why Graphical analysing
Pick chart Hypothesis test
CT matrix ANOVA
Pareto Correlation and Regression
DMAIC Full Factorial

Setting up a good Six Sigma project requires skilled people. Deploying the right tools for a correct problem analysis is often difficult. Six Sigma tools can provide a lot of insight view and especially avoid unnecessary Trail & error tests that are time and money consuming.

A good approach saves a lot of money and time. LMP experts support your company to solve complex problems