Chris Seider replied to the topic What Was Your Career Path Into Process Improvement? in the forum General 6 months, 1 week ago
My career began selling car washes, oil, and waxes at the Shell Oil Station. Then finishing college as a chemical engineer allowed me to ironically work at a Shell Oil refinery in Louisiana where I implemented process controls to integrate with process optimizers.
Next, I had the awesome opportunity to be the project manager for the…[Read more]
I’d like to add more detail to what @MikeCarnell offered, because I suspect his point is at the heart of your question. Looking at a standard normal probability distribution (mean = 0, standard deviation = 1), 3.4 x 10-6 of the observations lie to the right and left of 4.5 standard units away from the mean in both directions. That…[Read more]
@MikeCarnell thank you Mike. We report as individual values. What about all values in one analysis? Why are they unacceptable in this way? Do you think it is not a right system analysis method?
@MikeCarnell These result is from all 24 values for one part. If we divided into one point (for example at 50mm and 90 degrees) and analyse it we get acceptable result with more than 1 distinct categories. we confused that one by one result are acceptable but all values together shows us inefficient system
@MikeCarnell would this mean that the measurement system resolution needs to be improved by a factor of 10?
@yaseminin I am struggling to understand the example – how many different parts are used, how many times is each measurement repeated? Could you please share the Gage R&R graph if available?
Gosh, @mikecarnell – 25 years, I was just a kid. Tell us “youngin’s” what it was like in them “olden times!” I hear there wasn’t even color on them TV’s, let alone HD quality, and radio was only AM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Didja hafta shoot ‘yer own buffalo for meat?
Makin’ you feel OLD, yet?
@MikeCarnell Eyesight is better than the hearing unfortunately. Very useful in ignoring annoying people next to me in a plane and an excuse for not hearing what “Soon To Be Mrs. Darth III” is saying.