Make Perceived Quality insensitive to Manufacture Variation

Deliver high Perceived Quality by improving the robustness of your product design

November 17th, 2017 | Trainings to Webinar

Webinar Nov 2017

Discover how OPTIS assists the leading product manufacturers to improve Perceived Quality, by allowing the early visual assessment of the impact of manufacturing and assembly variations, from the end customers perspective.

ABOUT

Consumers are changing the way they buy product. What is becoming increasingly prevalent in their choice is an emphasis on experience and branding, design and quality. These more ‘perceptive’ areas focus on product aesthetics.

 

As a consequence, achieving a high level of Perceived Quality, with an excellent fit and finish, no longer acts as a positive differentiator for manufacturers, it becomes mandatory. However, variation during the manufacture and assembly process can significantly affect the Perceived Quality of the most stunning design.

DISCOVER HOW TO IDENTIFY AND RESOLVE PROBLEMS INVOLVING:

  • Excessive gap or flushness
  • Misalignments and taper
  • See-through conditions
  • Visible part distortion
  • Inconsistent gaps, smiles & frowns
  • Unwanted highlight and shadows 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Concept feasibility teams
  • Advanced engineering teams working alongside Concept & Styling Depts.
  • Perceived Quality Dept. including Craftsmanship, Optical Quality, Appearance Quality teams
  • Dimensional Management, part of Engineering or Validation Dept. 

WHEN?

November 28th, 2017

10:00-10:30 AM CET
or 5:00-5:30 PM CET

 

TO GO FURTHER: 

What is perceived quality?

Perceived quality: Building better products all the time