A Method to Complement Product Requirements List to Design for a Poka-Yoke Assembly-DFPYA

ICORD 09: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Research into Design, Bangalore, India 07.-09.01.2009

Year: 2009
Editor: Chakrabarti, A.
Author: Estrada,Gabriela; Lloveras, Joaquim
Section: Design for Environment, Safety, Manufacture and Cost
Page(s): 136-143


DFPYA is an approach focused in prevents assembly failures or issues since early design stages by identifying the potential assembly issues that product can experience based on customers and professional assembly expectations during overall life phases of a system. This work propose a method to structure the DFPYA approach in clusters, de ning the connections among elements of each cluster in order to perform a qualitative evaluation since product planning and clarifying the task stage to organize and synthesize the applicable poka-yoke assembly design requirements to product been developed and based on this analysis to prepare a requirement list matrix to complement the general requirement list document of the product

Keywords: Poka-yoke assembly, Life phases of a system, Mechanical products, Quality assembly issues or failures, Design process, Manual assembly


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