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Sammy G. Shina, «Six Sigma for Electronics Design and Manufacturing (Professional Engineering)»
McGraw-Hill Professional | ISBN 0071395113 | 1 edition (May 7, 2002)| PDF | 2.6Mb | 364 pages


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Book Description
Six Sigma is a customer-based manufacturing approach to realizing fewer defects and thus lowering costs and increasing customer satisfaction. This is a rigorous engineering book detailing the gritty, statistical work involved in making the Six Sigma process work in the electronics industry.

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Six Sigma is a customer-based manufacturing approach to realizing fewer defects and thus lowering costs and increasing customer satisfaction. This is a rigorous engineering book detailing the gritty, statistical work involved in making the Six Sigma process work in the electronics industry.

From the Back Cover
HERE’S THE NUTS, BOLTS, AND STATISTICS OF IMPLEMENTING SIX SIGMA IN NEW PRODUCT DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING

Fewer defects, optimal design, lower production costs, higher quality products, and increased customer satisfaction – with benefits like those, is it any wonder that premier firms such as GE have adopted the Six Sigma approach to design and manufacturing and thousands of other companies are following suit? This powerful engineering resource provides the detailed methodologies, illustrations, and calculations needed for the implementation and improved utilization of Six Sigma in the electronics, mechanical, aerospace, and medical industries.

Written by an acknowledged Six Sigma quality expert with a flair for clear, succinct writing – and priceless hands-on new product development and manufacturing experience – Six Sigma for Electronics Design and Manufacturing includes eye-opening real-world electronics and high-technology industry case studies and covers essential issues such as:
* Six Sigma connectivity with world-class quality tools
* Achieving Six Sigma using the manufacturing control systems
* Six Sigma methodology in the design of new systems and products
* Using Six Sigma for product cost estimation and test strategy
* How to use Six Sigma in high- and low-volume products and lifecycles
* Six Sigma in project management, including the supply chain
* Using Design of Experiments (DoE) to achieve Six Sigma goals
* Successful Six Sigma roadmaps
* And much more

For electrical and mechanical engineers, technicians, and managers who need “the numbers” to make Six Sigma work in the complex electronics and high-technology arena, here is a truly indispensable reference.

About the Author
SAMMY G. SHINA, P.E. is Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and has previously lectured at the University of Pennsylvania's EXMSE Program and at the University of California, Irvine. He is a past chairman of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Robotics/FMS, a founding member of the Massachusetts Quality Award, and a member of the Masschusetts Engineering advisory committee for NTU. He is the author of two best-selling books on concurrent engineering and has contributed two chapters and over 75 technical publications in his fields of research.

Dr. Shina is an international conculstant, trainer and seminar provider on quality, six sigma, and DoE, as well as project management, technology supply chains, product design and development, and electronics manufacturing and automation. He worked for 22 years in high-technology companies developing new products and sate of the art manufacturing technologieds. He was a speaker for the HP Executive Seminars on Concurrent Product/Process Design, Mechanical CAD Design and Test, and the Motorola Six Sigma Institute. He received S.B. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Management from MIT, an S.M. degree in Computer Science from WPI, and a Sc.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University. He resides in Framingham, Massachusetts.

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