In 1985, Motorola was credited with the development of six sigma a quality improvement process still used in a range of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, banking, and public safety – just to name a few.
Designed to help organization increase speed, reduce cost and improve quality, six sigma involves the identifying and removing of errors or defects with the goal to minimize variability. Sigma measures how far a process deviates from perfection. If a company can measure out how many errors are within the process, they can work on systematically eliminating them.
Try your hand at becoming a Six Sigma Assembly Line Belt Master with this new game from Engineering.com and PTC Creo!
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How to play: With your mouse, carefully click and drag the parts to the correct conveyor without breaking the material. Extra or broken parts should be tossed into the waste bin. Each bin has a designated number of parts – be sure not to overflow the bin. Try to reach a six sigma on every level. Good luck!