DPPM

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AcronymDefinition
DPPMDefective Parts Per Million (Six Sigma metric, manufacturing)
DPPMDécouverte Pêche et Protection des Milieux (French: Fishing Discovery and Environmental Protection)
DPPMDynamic Power-Path Management (battery power)
DPPMdiphenylphosphino methane
DPPMDistribution Provençale de Pièces de Motoculture (French motorized gardening equipment company)
DPPMDynamic Player Performance Model (gaming technology)
DPPMDifferential Pulse Position Modulation
DPPMDiploma in Project Planning and Management (education program)
DPPMDivision of Production, Productivity and Management (UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean; Santiago, Chile)
DPPMDefence Policy Procurement Manual (Australia)
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In the early stages of deployment, Lenovo has observed a 50% decrease in board warpage and a reduction in defective parts per million during the manufacturing process.
In fact, data from one of our customers showed that there were 685 defective parts per million (DPPM) fewer when using automatic paste replenishment.
The tool produces three key analysis parameters: 1) product quality, expressed as defect level (test escape rate) in DPPM (defective parts per million); 2) overall stack cost; and 3) breakdown per cost type.
Last month the plant made 1,013 defective parts per million parts produced (0.1%) - comfortably beating the target of 2,400.
In the month of September, Keiper set a new record with only two defective parts per million. The number of customer complaints has also been reduced by more than half compared to 2006.
Proponents of 6I will also tell you that you can reach a state of nirvana when you improve your process to a point where it produces only 3.4 defective parts per million (ppm).
The award is presented to suppliers that ship fewer than three defective parts per million in a year's time.
DPM The defect level expressed as defective parts per million units.
"We score these suppliers on defective parts per million (DPPM) and late parts per million (LPPM).
The real number works out to be a theoretical 11 defective parts per million at a CpK of 1.73.
Fabricated by TSMC and production-tested by Credence test systems, Silicon Image's PanelLink chips are known for their consistent high quality and on-time delivery, with one of the lowest defective parts per million (DPPM) rates in the industry.
That would leave 46.36 per cent outside the limits, or 463,600 defective parts per million products.