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A Split-Split-Plot Design of Experiments for Foil Lidding of Contact Lens Packages

Summary: This series of experiments evaluated a variety of contact lens packages for the seal properties of their foil lids using a split-split-plot design. Seal temperature was found to be the most important parameter in determining seal properties, but all parameters had a statistically significant influence. In particular, dwell time for optimal seal strength goes down as temperature goes up.

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  • Topics: Design of Experiments
  • Keywords: Case study, Design of experiments (DOE), Manufacturing process, Split-plot design
  • Author: Ferryanto, Liem; Tollefson, Norris
  • Journal: Quality Engineering