Establish Target Specifications
Table of Contents
Step 1. List of Metrics
The tables in the links below present the metrics, or engineering specifications, that are used by our team to design against.
The tables below demonstrate the relationship between customer imposed needs to the engineering specifications. Customer needs are displayed down the left, with the engineering specifications listed across the top.
Step 2. Competitive Benchmarking InformationThe link below provides the competitive benchmarking information for the possible sensors to be used to measure head tilt.
Use this table below to compare how pre-existing solutions should compare against the design team's efforts. See the example Table 5-6 on Page 80 of the text by Ulrich and Eppinger.
|Metric No.||Need Nos.||Metric||Importance||Units||Benchmark 1 Value||Benchmark 2 Value||Benchmark 3 Value|
Step 3. Ideal and Marginally Acceptable Target Values
Given the customer needs, awareness of the marketplace, and resource limitations of the current project, preliminary nominal or target values have been assigned in the tables below.
Step 4. Results and the Process
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