Concept Machine Tool

   Measurement Systems Analysis

 

Two Day Course by QC Training Inc.


Dates:      02/27/2018 - 02/28/2018
Time:         8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location:  Concept Machine Tool | 407 Austin Circle | Delafield, WI 53018
Cost:         $845
Lunch:       Lunch is Included.


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Course Summary

Attendees will discover the amounts and types of variations that exist in measurement systems, to ensure that product acceptance or process control decisions are based on “good data.” In this 2-day class, attendees will learn how to conduct studies to evaluate variability due to bias, repeatability, reproducibility, stability, and linearity.

Target Audience

Quality and metrology managers, Laboratory and technical personnel, Design, manufacturing, process, quality, and test engineers, Calibration and maintenance personnel, Environmental laboratory managers, Inspectors, technicians, SPC coordinators and suppliers. MSA has direct application to ISO/TS 16949:2002 and this course is recommended for anyone involved in quality planning or involved in the implementation of ISO/TS 16949:2002 and third-party auditors.

Prerequisites:

Attendees should be familiar with Statistical Process Control and statistics.

Course Objectives

This program provides a fundamental and practical review of Measurement Systems Analysis. MSA is an excellent quality tool to use with any quality system and has direct application to ISO/TS 16949:2002. This course is recommended for anyone involved in quality planning or involved in the implementation of ISO/TS 16949:2002 and third-party auditors. Reference the complete Course Description and Agenda for additional details.

 

Agenda

    • Introduction, Purpose and Terminology
    • The Measurement Process
    • The Effects of Measurement System Variability
    • Measurement Strategy and Planning
    • Measurement Source Development
    • Gage Source Selection Process
    • Measurement Issues
    • Measurement Uncertainty
    • Measurement Problem Analysis
    • General Concepts for Assessing Measurement Systems
    • Selecting/Developing Test Procedures
    • Preparation for a Measurement System Study
    • Analysis of the Results Acceptabil
    • ity Criteria
    • Recommended Practices for Simple Measurement Systems
    • Example Test Procedures
    • Variable Measurement System Study Guidelines
    • Average and Range Method
    • Attribute Measurement Systems Study
    • Practices for Complex or Non-Replicable Measurement Systems
    • Stability Studies
    • Variability Studies
    • Recognizing the Effect of Excessive Within-Part Variation
    • Average and Range Method Additional Treatment
    • Gage Performance Curve
    • Reducing Variation Through Multiple Readings
    • Pooled Standard Deviation Approach to GRR

Materials

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AiAG) MSA manual is used as the reference material for this class.