Selecting parts for conducting an effective gage R&R requires random samples and at the extreme values of the tolerances.
The above can be selected only after the R&R is known. So the issue is ‘Which comes first’. I hope I am clearer now.
An “exact” sampling – while not practical in real life, this pulls parts corresponding to the 5th, 15th, 25, …, and 95th percentiles of the underlying normal distribution and forms a (nearly) “exact” normal distribution as a means of seeing how much the randomness of sampling affects our estimates.
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Gorur Sridhar commented on the post, Applying Lean to New Product Development in Engineering Services 2 years, 1 month ago
Thanks Sharath, what is shown is just a representative flow. Since you do a 3D model you can extract the drawings immediately.
Gorur Sridhar commented on the post, Simulation Modeling Best Addition to Analysis Toolkit 2 years, 4 months ago
There is a very good simulation tool from ‘Process Model’ which optimizes all the resource constraints etc. You can try it out.
Gorur Sridhar commented on the post, Applying Lean to New Product Development in Engineering Services 5 years, 11 months ago
Thanks Mike for your comments.
Yes, you are right that ‘Time to Market’ is one of the major benefits from Lean. In this case it is more concentrated on the outsourced Engineering Services’ volume activity of […]