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    Discussion in 'Industrial design' started by GarethW, Sep 24, 2011.

    1. Serena80

      Serena80 Guest

      Quality ? It is everything ? , it is in anything ? , or it’s not there at all ? â€

      “I think there is such a thing as quality, but as soon as you try to define it, something goes haywire. You can’t do it.â€

      Quality is intrinsic
      Quality is accountability
      Quality is attainable
      Quality is achievement
      Quality is continuous
      Quality is success

      1. Crosby’s definition of quality: “Conformance to requirementsâ€

      2. Deming said: The difficulty in defining quality is to translate future needs of the user to the measurable characteristics. “Quality must be defined in terms of customer satisfactionâ€. There are definitely different degrees of quality.

      1. Feigenbaum’s definition of quality: “The total composite product and service characteristics of marketing, engineering, manufacture and maintenance through which the product and service in use will meet the expectations of the customerâ€.
      1. Juran’s definition of quality: “fitness for useâ€. The word quality has multiple meanings. One is that quality consists of those product features which meet the needs of customers and the second is that quality consists of freedom from deficiencies.
      1. British Standards Institute: “Quality is the totality of features and characteristics of a product or service that bear on its ability to satisfy stated or implied eeds of customer.â€
       
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    3. other

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      Hello ,I can not understand all the reply ,
      my opinion, Quality product is , it can make money or famous :) is this enough?
       
    4. maheshnmahi

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      Dear All,

      I would like to define a quality of a product based on functionality, characteristics, durability, cost (here manufacture-ability and production plays its role) and aesthetics. Now all these are related to each other to get a better product.

      And of-course this should be all based on demand or requirement.

      Thanks,

      Mahesh
       
    5. charlesng1976

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      Exceed customer expectations.....
      Race for quality never ends....
       
    6. steve@innovation laser

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      Define a "quality" product

      To meet and exceed customers demands, providing ever improving product. Expedited deliveries, prototype service.
       
    7. vickichan114

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      As a consumer, the product is beautiful andsafety, reliability, serviceability. It is enough for me.
       
    8. engineeringdesign

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      Quality Product my view:= customer satisfaction with affordable rates and 24/7 service
       
    9. Designdrive

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      Quality means satisfying the requirement.
       
    10. kriyaaconsultancy

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      Quality is helping in a manner that surpasses the client's desires.
       
    11. Vaghan

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      Characteristics and features and of a product which determine its desirability and can be controlled by a manufacturer to meet certain basic requirements is quality product.
       

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