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Unformatted text preview: Question# Question Study 1 1 2 3 4 5 Study 2 6 7 8 Study 3 9 10 What is the % RRTolerance of your measurement system (capability relative to tolerance width)? Is this measurement system acceptable relative to the tolerance width? (Assume 30% acceptance criteria and answer Yes or No) What is the σ repeatability (i.e., σ Repeatability )? What is the σ measurement system (i.e., σ R&R )? Comment on whether your measurement system is (or is NOT) effectively separating measurement system variation from part variation (provide 12 sentences including any data used to support your claim) What is the % RRTolerance of your measurement system (capability relative to tolerance width)? What is the % R&RTV of your measurement system (capability relative to total study variation)? Comment on whether your measurement system is (or is NOT) effectively separating measurement system variation from part variation (provide 12 sentences including any data used to support your claim) What is the measurement system variation for these data ( σ measurement system )? Estimate the expected range of measurement system variation for 99.73% of differences between reviewers and comment about its acceptability (Hint: 99.73% à +/ 3sigma) Answer Team Members QE Tools GageRRStudy 1 Data Template Printed on: 08/11/2010 Gage R & R Study Worksheet Date: Gage Number: Part Number: Gage Cert. Level: Part Name: Gage Cert. Date: Characteristic: Gage Build Source: Engineering Level: Operator: A B C Number of Operators: Tolerance Width: Study Variation: 6.00 # of standard deviations Number of Trials: Number of Parts: Trial Part Operator Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Average A 1 2 3 Average Xbar Range Rbar Trial Part Operator Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Average B 1 2 3 Average Xbar Range Rbar Trial Part Operator Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Average C 1 2 3 Average Xbar Range Rbar Rp Equipment Variation: Enter Trials %EVTol Enter Tol %EVTV RDblBar Appraiser Variation: Enter Op %AVTol Enter Tol %AVTV Xbar Diff R & R: %RRTol Enter Tol %RRTV UCL R chart Part Variation: Enter Parts %PVTV LCL R Chart 0.00 Total Variation: Pass/Fail Pass/Fail Max Range Acceptance Criteria < 30% Part Average σ repeatability σ reproducibility σ R&R σ TV Range Stable? QE Tools GageRRStudy2 Data Template Printed on: 08/11/2010 Gage R & R Study Worksheet Date: Gage Number: Part Number: Gage Cert. Level: Part Name: Gage Cert. Date: Characteristic: Gage Build Source: Engineering Level: Operator: A B C Number of Operators: Tolerance Width: Study Variation: 6.00 # of standard deviations Number of Trials: Number of Parts: Trial Part Operator Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Average A 1 2 3 Average Xbar Range Rbar Trial Part Operator Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Average B 1 2 3 Average Xbar Range Rbar Trial Part Operator Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Average C 1 2 3 Average Xbar Range Rbar Rp Equipment Variation: Enter Trials %EVTol Enter Tol %EVTV RDblBar Appraiser Variation: Enter Op %AVTol Enter Tol...
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2010 for the course IOE 461 taught by Professor Hammett during the Spring '10 term at University of Michigan.
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