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 What is FMEA in Six Sigma?

Answer Six Sigma is a strategic methodology used widely by businesses to ensure quality. The goal is to minimize defects in process outputs. Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a critical aspect o... Read More »
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What is an fmea?

FMEA is the acronym for Failure Modes and Effects Analysis. It is a method of product development used to ensure that the end product is a reliable, high quality unit. This is done through a commit... Read More »
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What Is the FMEA Process?

FMEA stands for Failure Modes and Effects Analysis. This process is used to find potential problems with a product or service. The FMEA process also finds both the frequency and results of the prob... Read More »
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Will a Canon 50D work with a sigma 18-50mm and sigma 50-150mm hsm?

I have a Canon Ixus 400 and have been using a 1GB Integral memory card on it for years - works absolutely fine!
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Will sigma 35mm lens fit the sigma digital camera?

Sigma builds lenses with mounts to fit Sigma and other cameras. I own two which are made to fit a Canon body. These would not work on a Sigma camera as they are, but I'm sure the lenses are also av... Read More »
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