[Case Study] Break habits, not your products: How Signify switched materials and processing without sacrificing reliability
Want to learn new manufacturing methods from a real-life case study?
If so, watch this live case study presented by experts from Signify (formerly Philips Lighting): Lead Development Engineer and Reliability Scientist Piet Watté, and Fellow Scientist and Delft University of Technology Professor Willem Dirk van Driel.
Join us for this light bulb moment as Signify, the world's leading lighting manufacturer, shares how to lead and succeed with design for reliability (DfR).
Topics covered include:
Best practices for developing new manufacturing methods
How to demonstrate that recycled materials or 3D printing will make reliable products
Validation tests and aging treatments to measure the time to failure
Accelerated life testing to model failure times at extreme stress levels and to extrapolate the results back to normal-use conditions