YouTube Videos of 2012 7Epsilon Roadshows

How to Acquire Process Knowledge to Reduce Costs Opportunities for Knowledge Retention and Reuse in Foundries Financial and Environmental Impact of 1 % of Defective Costings Produced
Why 7Epslion is Relevant to Foundries
Dr. H.Md. Roshan, Maynard Steel Casting Co, USA Professor B. Ravi, IIT Powai, India Dr. Meghana R. Ransing, CEO p-matrix Ltd. Mr. Sham Arjunwadkar, Chairman NCTS-IIF, India
Potential Applications of In-process Quality Improvement in foundries Background and Introduction to
7Epsilon
Introduction to the Penalty Matrix Approach for in-process data analysis How to use 7Epsilon Approach for Reducing Rejection Rates from 1-2%
Dr. Rajesh Ransing, Swansea University, UK Dr. Rajesh Ransing, Swansea University, UK Dr. Rajesh Ransing, Swansea University, UK Dr. Rajesh Ransing, Swansea University, UK
Introduction to p-matrix Reports How to Construct a Confirmation Trial Plan from p-matrix Reports - Single Response How to Construct a Confirmation Trial Plan from p-matrix Reports - Multiple Responses QA1 - 7Epsilon and Six Sigma Comparison
Dr. Rajesh Ransing, Swansea University, UK Dr. Rajesh Ransing, Swansea University, UK Dr. Rajesh Ransing, Swansea University, UK Dr. Rajesh Ransing, Swansea University, UK
QA2 - 7Epsilon and Six Sigma Comparison QA3 - Main effects and Interactions in 7 Epsilon QA4 - Linking Design and Process Parameters in a 7 Epsilon Foundry Project QA5 - Importance of Choosing Relevant Factors and Domain Knowledge
Dr. Rajesh Ransing and Mr. Sham Arjunwadkar, Chairman NCTS-IIF, India Dr. Rajesh Ransing, Swansea University, UK Dr. Rajesh Ransing, Swansea University, UK Mr. Sham Arjunwadkar, Chairman NCTS-IIF, India