uni+ Industrialization

UniPlus Design and Consulting can provide support to scale your business from a few prototype units to mass production.

Here are some examples of processes, methods or tools that can be utilized to minimize problems during the industrialization phase:

Similarities and Differences Between Lean and Six Sigma

Lean and Six Sigma both signify a system for continuous improvement of business processes. While Lean focuses on waste reduction/elimination, process simplification, value stream mapping, and reduce rework in the value chain. Six Sigma focuses on setting up a set of systems and people-aligned processes focussing on improving consistency of quality outcome to customers.

  • Lean helps increase process efficiency by focusing on speed and cost optimization.
  • Lean ensures the stability of processes.
  • Six Sigma focuses on quality improvement by reducing variation using statistical tools and techniques.
  • Six Sigma employs the DMAIC model (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) for existing products/services while DFSS (Design for Six Sigma) is deployed for new products/service design.