Allowances
Practice Problems
Example 1
Suppose you have a fine assembly task
Standing
Requires approximately 300 kCal / hr (based on
HR measurement)
NT = 90 cmin.
Additional Considerations include
Illumination 25 fc in work area
Noise fairly continuo
Gage R&R
Estimating measurement components
Gage capability and acceptability measures
Prof. Tom Kuczek, Purdue Univ.
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Terms and Definitions
Repeatability refers to the measurement
variation obtained when one person
repeatedly measures the same item with
Six Sigma in Measurement
Systems:
Evaluating the Hidden
Factory
OK
First Time
Inputs
Operation
Inspect
Correct
NOT
OK
Rework
Hidden Factory
Scrap
Time, cost, people
Bill
Rodebaugh
Director, Six
Sigma
GRACE
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Objectives
The Hidden Factory Concept
Rev
IE 477 Digital Simulation
Lecture 6: Random Numbers
A Preview (and Their Use in Input
Data Modeling)
Random number may refer to:
A number generated for or part of a set
exhibiting statistical randomness.
A random sequence obtained from a stochastic
pro
Define Phase
Review
Key Points
Project Selection
Focus on eliminating waste and defects
Prioritize based on impact on their financial return, impact on customers, impact on
employees, and the probability of success
Project Charter
Purpose: establish
Design of Experiments
Fractional Factorial & Regression
IE 409
Textbook Reference: Ch. 21
Objectives
Understand the benefits of using a fractional factorial DOE
Understand how to design, execute, and analyze a fractional factorial DOE
Understand the b
Costs of Quality
Textbook Reference
Summers: Ch. 6
What are quality costs?
A quality cost is considered to be any cost that a company incurs in order to
ensure that the quality of the product or service is perfect.
Quality costs are the portion of the o