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    gt
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    i want to know how to conduct a Gage R&R study in minitab considering these factors
    destructive testing: burning test
    1 operator
    minitab release 13.2
    thx in advance

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    #70419

    Warren
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    Hi,  what you want to do with Minitab is very simple.  The real issue is how you select your samples.  Since your samples are destroyed, you need to make a few assumptions.  For example, if you are measuring the tensile strength of a material, then where do you select your coupons.  Assumption, coupons coming from a sheet of material are fairly uniform.  Hence if you cut three coupons very close to each other, the coupon #1 is for Operator 1, coupon #2 is for Operator 2 (to be treated as part 1 or Op 2) and coupon #3 is for Operator 3 (i.e. part 1 for Op 3).  The data setup in Minitab remain the same for any continuous Gage R&R study.  Does this help?

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    #70431

    gt
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    Not really, i want to know what to do in minitab with the parameters previously said
    burn test
    1 operator
    minitab version 13.2
    I’m aware of all the assumptions and so forth but with the parameters that i have, it looks like minitab doesn’t support this!
    error message : you need more than one operator
    thx

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