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Ten Ways to Improve Measurement Systems Assessments (MFG776B)

Presented by: Steven Wachs
 
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60 minutes
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Assess Measurement Systems to Minimize Risk and Comply with Regulatory Requirements

The effective use of data to drive decision-making requires adequate measurement systems. When interpreting data or the results of data analysis, we assume that data or results represent the process. However, excessive measurement error may result in inappropriate conclusions. Thus, it is critical to properly assess whether measurement systems are adequate for their intended use prior to their use. Only capable measurement systems should be utilized to support quantitative methods such as statistical process control, inspection activities, process capability assessment, hypothesis testing, data modeling, etc.

Measurement systems must be properly assessed to minimize risk and comply with customer and regulatory requirements. While most companies perform some aspects of measurement systems assessment (MSA), such as Gage Repeatability & Reproducibility Studies, we often observe inadequate assessments of measurement systems.

This webinar by expert speaker Steven Wachs will identify the ten improvements that most companies can make to their measurement systems assessments. Steven will help you develop a solid understanding of the types of measurement systems assessments that may be conducted.

Session Highlights

  • Understand and consider all types of measurement error (repeatability, reproducibility, bias, non-linearity, instability)
  • Select specimens wisely for Gage R&R studies
  • Ensure adequate Gage discrimination
  • Understand, calculate, and interpret Gage R&R metrics correctly
  • Look beyond the “Pass” or “Fail” outcomes in a Gage R&R study
  • Use ANOVA for gage R&R studies
  • Expand Gage R&R studies to include potential sources of variation
  • Apply methods for non-replicable systems as necessary
  • Use control charts to assess the stability of the measurement process
  • Assess attribute Gages

Session Benefits

  • Improve the planning, conduct, analysis, and interpretation of Gage R&R studies
  • Ensure prerequisites for a measurement system study are satisfied
  • Learn techniques for handling destructive testing or other non-replicable measurement systems

Who should attend

  • Product development personnel
  • Quality personnel
  • Manufacturing personnel
  • Lab personnel
About Our Speaker(s)

Steven Wachs | Reliability Analysis SpeakerSteven Wachs
Steven Wachs has 25 years of wide-ranging industry experience in both technical and management positions. Steve has worked as a statistician at Ford Motor Company where he has extensive experience in the development of statistical models, reliability analysis, designed experimentation, and statistical process control.... More info

 
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