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Old 14th May 2007, 10:43 AM
ekonom

 
 
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Question What is the best way to develop a CTQ tree?

Hi everybody,
I have a quastion regarding the CTQ Tree. I traying to develop a CTQ tree for one of our technical (electrical) system. The need is identified as " Higher product reliability during the burn-in period (up to 1 year of operation). My quastion is:

"What is the best way to develop a CTQ tree?

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Ekonom, Sweden

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Old 14th May 2007, 11:33 AM
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Re: CTQ Tree

I have no direct experience with this tool, but figured I'd share this small example I had found.

http://www.qualityspctools.com/define.html

It'd be nice to see what you come up with on your project, I'm interested in seeing the application of this tool.
Thank You to Benjamin28 for your informative Post and/or Attachment!
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Old 14th May 2007, 11:44 AM
Saenz - 2011

 
 
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Re: CTQ Tree

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In Reply to Parent Post by ekonom View Post

Hi everybody,
I have a quastion regarding the CTQ Tree. I traying to develop a CTQ tree for one of our technical (electrical) system. The need is identified as " Higher product reliability during the burn-in period (up to 1 year of operation). My quastion is:

"What is the best way to develop a CTQ tree?

Best regards
Ekonom, Sweden
Dea Ekonom,

This is a complex answer. I have a very useful book by Nancy R. Tague, called The Quality Toolbox, 2nd Edition. It covers many different techniques and provides 8 pages of detailed explanation and examples. The book is $36 and a bit more for international buyers.

Of course I always search the web where one can find a lot of information. I found this information:
http://www.qualityspctools.com/define.html


Diana
Thank You to Saenz - 2011 for your informative Post and/or Attachment!
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Old 14th May 2007, 12:24 PM
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Ajit Basrur

 
 
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Hi everybody,
I have a quastion regarding the CTQ Tree. I traying to develop a CTQ tree for one of our technical (electrical) system. The need is identified as " Higher product reliability during the burn-in period (up to 1 year of operation). My quastion is:

"What is the best way to develop a CTQ tree?

Best regards
Ekonom, Sweden
Refer http://www.army.mil/escc/cpi/tools_i4.htm
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