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Lugbill

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  • #151662

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    We are in the automotive industry.  Mainly seating.

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    #151656

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    AJ-
    I am a MBB for my company and we do our own GB training internally.  Our course is 1 week long.  Outside training is usually much longer and more in depth.  We set up our training to go through material and tools that the GB will actually use.  Several tools a GB will not use at our cooperation unless a BB is assisting them.  Therefore, we do not spend a lot of time going over DOE and such.  We hit Define, Measure and Control phases fairly heavy and brief them on the remaining phases.  Right or wrong this is the way we have done it.  We have found the key is making sure they get involved in projects so they are able to apply.  The phase if you don’t use it you lose it is very much true!

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    #139132

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    We have tried the same spot and taking multiple readings in order to apply a central limit therom.  Another question that is being debated is when the spec says you are allowed 10% of material thickness, does that include both sides of the tube since you are coining it together? It is acting as one thickness when the hole is pierced. Any opinions? We are allowed .0075″ with only using one side of the wall, using both allows us .015″.

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    #139117

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    Part weight is right around a pound. Comparator worked best but still only got 68% part to part variation and two distinct catagories.

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