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His fundamental findings were misinterpreted. Even today, in certain areas of engineering, it is not recognized that the added value that Taguchi imprinted on his business activities ultimately resided in the metric he created, and the new definitions of the terms he used. Having accepted that Taguchi had formally solved the problem (in other words, had found a theory that made it possible to establish a decision tool), Nam P. Suh addressed the same problem around 1980 with a completely different approach.
The prototype might be built to scale or full-sized with simplifications, depending on the budget. However, the ideal scenario is ultimately to produce the final products, just as they will be used, and to establish a series of significant tests to run on them. 10 Activity 10: produce Design the manufacturing, assembly and other processes. Once all of the above activities have been completed, problems may arise with product production. To avoid this, we can turn to Concurrent Engineering,36 where product and production engineering meet to provide an optimum solution for the product and the process at the same time.
The precise formulation will be discussed in Chapter 3. Axiom 1: Maintain the independence of the functional requirements. Axiom 2: Minimize the information content. These plastics were the response obtained by applying the axiomatic design methodology to the business motivation of reducing the material used in the manufacture of packaging without losing mechanical performance (Suh, 1996). A description of this and other examples of such applications can be found in Suh (2001). Because pore size can be chosen independently from pore number, if the pore size chosen is below the critical size capable of starting a crack, it is difficult for cracks to spread inside the material.