Characterization & Control
This course teaches how to identify sources of variation
and assess process capability. Participants will perform
multi-vari analysis, the steps of collecting data for
measurement systems, and identify the impact measurement
has on the overall process capability. They also determine
where major families of variations belong and create and
then review cause and effect diagrams.
- Determine if a graph (histogram) of process data appears
- Recognize how measurement error affects process defects
and process capability.
- Use multi-vari charts to determine families of variation
(within-piece, between pieces, and over time).
- Determine if a process is stable (in control) by viewing
a variables control chart.
- Recognize if a process is capable of "Six Sigma" by
viewing a process distribution with respect to the specification.
This course is intended for those responsible for reducing
variation and improving quality of a process via statistical
process control. It is also recommended for design/process
engineers, design/process managers, technicians, and supervisors.
Applying Continuous Improvement Tools
To achieve best-in-class products and processes through
the application of statistical quality tools.
WORKSHOP DURATION: 2 days
MASET, LLC P. O. Box 11663 Chandler, AZ 85248
Phone: 602-721-3680 Fax 480-802-4710