Past Projects and Applications.
Expeka's Technology has been applied to dozens of projects in various industries.
It has proven itself successful in solving high-stakes problems for our customers in situations where traditional experimentation methods would not have been possible to apply, let alone be considered.
Below is a list of projects where the Expeka Method was used successfully.
***NEW*** Salvage of an Unfruitful Experiment.
Client's Objective: Salvage an unsuccessful and badly designed Taguchi L32 Matrix applied to a laser welding process.
Experimentation: Only 10 supplementary tests were required to effectively study 5 variables.
The Outcome: Our client was able to achieve superior predictive models of his process responses while performing 40% fewer tests than required by the Taguchi Method
Reduction of Non-Quality Costs.
Client's Objective: Reduce losses resulting from an inadequate formulation.
The Experimentation: Only 37 tests were required to effectively study 15 variables.
The Outcome: Our client estimated a reduction of 50% in non-quality costs.
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We Guide Your Team Through the Experimentation Process.
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Reduction of Variability caused by Raw Material.
Client's Objective: Ensure uniformity of a product destined for mass consumption.
Experimentation: Only 18 tests were required to effectively study 8 variables.
The Outcome: Our client realized a 52.4% reduction of the in-process variation of the raw material.
Productivity and Yield Improvement.
Client's Objective: Improving the semisolid state induction heating process of a light metal alloy.
Experimentation: Only 37 tests were required to effectively study 9 variables.
The Outcome: Our client was able to significantly reduce heat time and metal loss.
Certification by a Federal Authority.
Medical Device Industry
Client's Objective: Development and certification by federal authority of a new medical device.
Experimentation: Only 38 tests were required to effectively study 8 variables.
The Outcome: Device approved 9 months earlier than estimated.