Building on the goals of Robust Design, Six Theta design introduces an operational, tangible and scalable way for organisations to develop products with predictable performance.
The impacts of Six Theta design include reduced development time, a higher innovation height and reduced production costs. In addition, in-market performance of products will be much less influenced by changes in ambient conditions.
Six Theta design contains concrete tools and methods that help engineers improve quality of their mechanical design both with regards to the overall conceptual design architecture and the smallest component details. Our mindset is that before going into detailed design, we should be able to predict how our solution will perform in tests and in the hands of the end-user.
In addition to teaching engineers how to design better solutions, Six Theta design enables a comparison of design quality of different solution concepts in an objective, quantifiable way thereby eliminating the use of “gut feeling” when designing products.
By implementing Six Theta design, organisations will experience that they save time in the development processes with fewer design and prototype iterations. Furthermore, demands for tolerances and the complexity of measurements on drawings will be significantly reduced. This results in reduced complexity in the manufacturing processes, a quicker production ramp-up and lower QA costs.