Test Method Validation
This subject has been called many names, such as Measurement System Analysis (MSA) and Gauge Repeatability & Reproducibility (GR&R). There is an international standard for MSA. Whatever you call the effort, with a successful implementation you will minimize the risks of rejecting good product and shipping defective product.
This two-part workshop will cover: set up, sample sizes, metrics for success, and diagnosing & fixing problems. Practical application of valid statistical software will be illustrated. The material is aimed at quality managers, design & process engineers, quality engineers, and practitioners. The presenter’s “keep-it-simple” approach will avoid statistical complexity – participants do NOT need to have a background in statistics.
Part 1: Variable Measurement Systems
Part 2: Attribute Measurement Systems
Both parts will provide a "User's Manual".
Be able to quickly analyze results, diagnose problems, and improve a measurement system
- Learn the quality metrics and industry standards used to evaluate the effectiveness of a measurement system
- Know how to interpret the output from popular statistical software tools
- Learn some techniques to deal with destructive testing
- Understand how to apply this valuable methodology in Design Control and Process Validation
Who Should Attend?
Virtual Training Information
Peter L. Knepel
President of Peak Quality Services