The calibration process, which is usually well operated in most organizations, does not provide all of the information required as to the health of the measurement process. The calibration activity, crucially, does not provide information on the variability in the measurement system. It is essential to know whether the variability of the measuring process is acceptable when compared to the underlying process variability. This information is provided through a Gauge R&R study. On this training course participants will learn how to use both the ANOVA and the Average and Range method.
The training course also covers Attribute Agreement Analysis, used to assess whether appraisers are consistent when inspecting for defects (attributes), with themselves, with one another, and with known standards.
Attendees will be trained in the use of Minitab software to undertake the Gauge R&R study (for variables), and the Attribute Agreement Analysis (for attributes).
This course is available for virtual delivery (1 face-to-face training day typically translates into 2 to 4 virtual sessions per day, this is determined by the specific course content. Number of sessions and specific session times will be confirmed in advance of course delivery.)Collapse
All manufacturing organizations nowadays have a comprehensive measurement instrument calibration process in place, and pay a lot of attention to ensuring that t...