Presenter: Doug Gorman
Sometimes the process of measuring a part changes the characteristic of interest. In this situation, it is natural to treat the test method as destructive since repeat measurements will exhibit variation that is not repeatability, but rather a change in performance or degradation. When performing gage RR studies with destructive tests, part-to-part variation is always confounded with measurement system repeatability. In cases where part-to-part variation is large, destructive tests often struggle to pass typical RR acceptance criteria. In some cases, taking repeat measures can de-confound the repeatability when the repeats exhibit a predictable pattern. This talk explains how to run a pseudo-destructive RR and how to analyze the result in Minitab.
Doug is a Sr. Staff Statistician at Becton Dickenson. He works in the corporate quality engineering group and consults across the organization on statistical aspects of validation, R&D, process development, and problem-solving. Prior to his role at BD he worked at Minitab for 17 years as a trainer, consultant, and product manager for Companion by Minitab®. Doug has a master’s degrees in both statistics and engineering and was a black belt in the automotive industry, where he worked for Eaton Corporation and General Motors/Delphi Thermal Systems.
Raleigh , NC 27606
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