Assignment 141234567891011122.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.8Sample sample meanThe chart reveals that the process is almost in control because most of the samples lie within the required range. The plot shows that diameter of the bottle has been lower and upper from the determinder limit. To achieve the highest level of quality, all the samples should lie within the range of UCL and LCL (i.e. between 2.1-2.9). As the number of means of samples start crossing these limits, quality decreases consequently decreasing the confidence level and vice-versa.ConclusionThe given data about bottle caps manufacturing process shows that the defective processcan cause wastage of resources, time, and money. The given chart can help to bring stability inthe manufacturing process as it starts showing the difference between the size of the caps. Theabsence of such a quality control process may lead to poor quality. The use of the control chart isa fruitful method to know about the in control or out of control signals. It can lead to acompany's efficiency, productivity, customer satisfaction. The company can avoid wastage of
Assignment 15resources as well. The data is collected from the coca-cola bottling company. The variable inputis the diameter of the bottle caps. In some figures, points are out of control that shows there is aproblem in quality, and assignable cause affects the process.RecommendationThe company should have a lab for the quality check. The products should be inspected before shipping to wholesale and before receiving, its receiver’s responsibility for the quality check of the product before sending it to the customer. Moreover, machines should be assessed before the time estimated for their breakdown. For example, if a company has determined the machine can work efficiently for six months, it should be inspected after five and a half months.
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- Summer '17
- Prof Farshad Salman