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Question# Question Study 1 1 2 3 4 5 Study 2 6 7 8 Study 3 9 10 What is the % RR-Tolerance 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 1-2 sentences including any data used to support your claim) What is the % RR-Tolerance of your measurement system (capability relative to tolerance width)? What is the % R&R-TV 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 1-2 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)
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QE Tools GageRR-Study 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 X-bar Range R-bar Trial Part Operator Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Average B 1 2 3 Average X-bar Range R-bar Trial Part Operator Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Average C 1 2 3 Average X-bar Range R-bar Rp Equipment Variation: Enter Trials %EV-Tol Enter Tol %EV-TV R-Dbl-Bar Appraiser Variation: Enter Op %AV-Tol Enter Tol %AV-TV X-bar Diff R & R: %RR-Tol Enter Tol %RR-TV UCL R chart Part Variation: Enter Parts %PV-TV 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?
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QE Tools GageRR-Study2 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 X-bar Range R-bar Trial Part Operator Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Average B 1 2 3 Average X-bar Range R-bar Trial Part Operator Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Average C 1 2 3 Average X-bar Range R-bar Rp Equipment Variation: Enter Trials %EV-Tol Enter Tol %EV-TV R-Dbl-Bar Appraiser Variation: Enter Op %AV-Tol Enter Tol %AV-TV X-bar Diff R & R: %RR-Tol Enter Tol %RR-TV UCL R chart Part Variation: Enter Parts %PV-TV LCL R Chart 0.00 Total Variation: Pass/Fail Pass/Fail
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