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  • Chris Seider replied to the topic Big Non-Normal Data in the forum General 6 days, 6 hours ago

    If you must, you can convert a ppm defective to a Ppk but I wouldn’t recommend that “exercise”.

    If you still find majority aren’t normal….there could be many reasons for this and how to proceed is a long answer (including how good your gage is–as my friend and colleague @MBBinWI suggested).

  • Chris Seider replied to the topic Customer Point of View in the forum General 1 week ago

    @MBBinWI Homework question? ;)

  • @MBBinWI A it grumpy from the long winter? Let’s raise a glass to a quick spring warm up!

  • LOL @MBBinWI :)

    I try.

  • Great story @MBBinWI .

    You give great answers and comments to overly broad inquiries. Stay in touch.

  • I’ve seen other approaches, @MBBinWI.

    Also, it becomes more interesting to talk specifics when it’s a one sided spec.

  • As @MBBinWI hinted earlier….

    Target means should be set to the lowest cost with zero defects simultaneously.

  • @MBBinWI Sir, I appreciate your advice will try to follow in the same fashion my level best.

    Thank you very much.

  • @MBBinWI Sir, I am really feeling lucky being guided by teachers like @rbutler & You. I will learn more and discuss more as I feel doubt with you all to clear the doubts.

    Thank you sir to all of you for everything.

  • @MBBinWi

    I hope you aren’t questioning continuous improvement.

  • @MBBinWI A lot of thanks for your reply.But we need to take advantage of the software, Because our assemblies are so complicated.

  • Chris Seider replied to the topic Standard Deviation in the forum General 2 months, 1 week ago

    @MBBinWi Homework? ;)

  • @cseider,@rbutler,@MBBinWI many many thanks to all of you for your postings and valuable guidance. I am learner in six sigma, your guidance have helped me a lot

  • i need to get practise,that’s why i asked on this forum…

    now that i have the grasp of replication concept; @MBBinWI you mentioned about adding the center point level; so is this still considered as 2^2 design,or 3^2 design?

  • Wow. It’s always good to get perspective but I can’t believe the suggestion of using gaming theory to select suppliers. That suggestion only would be valid if all equally provided the lowest overall cost to the organization which DOESN’T include just purchased price.

    Highly consider @MBBinWI ‘s suggestion. Look at the defective rate incurred…[Read more]

  • @MBBinWI can you pls elaborate with an example how to determine the right sample size, of course if you don’t find it ‘HOME TASK’ of some one ( What you generally find).

  • @MBBinWI Specifically an app? May I ask why an app over a mobile-friendly version? (I’m technologically behind the curve — my phone is “dumb.” I’m not entirely sure what I may be missing hence the possibly dumb question.)

    Also — Android or iOS?

  • Thank you @MBBinWI and @cseider for your input. Will definitely explore the con-joint method.
    Sorry I wasn’t being too specific. Assuming I already have the survey data, how can I convert the raw data into a more meaning interpretation?

    What I would normally do is to calculate the percentages of ratings 1 – 5 then convert it into a pie chart.…[Read more]

  • I recommend a 4 or 6 scale. Don’t give them an option of no opinion…let them give you a feel if feeling postive or negative (even slightly).

    @MBBinWI has good input.

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