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  • #29050

    Baker
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    Can you convert DPMO to Cpk?  For example, a DPMO of 2700 is equal to ??? in Cpk.  Is there an equation to calculate this?

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    #73458

    Kurt Fifield
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    I have never heard of anyone calculating DPMO into Cpk, I know you can get your Z scores and RTY from the DPMO, don’t know if I helped you?

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    #73471

    lin
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    Because Cpk is calculated using the distance of the mean to the closest specification, the other side of the distribution is ignored by the Cpk calculation – so there is no single DPMO associated with a given Cpk. Two different processes could have the same Cpk but different DPMO’s.  Additional complications arise if there are multiple defect opportunities associated with different output characteristics – Cpk only measures one characteristic.

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    #73537

    Misael Gonzalez
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    The Cpk index works just for continuous data (usually from a normal distribution) and measures the location of the mean related with specs. The DPMO index is for defects or defectives, which resultant distribution curve usually is a Poisson or a Binomial distribution. In the case of the DPMO you only can obtain the Process Capability as a percentage of defects (or defective) or Z Values.
    But you can obtain the Quality Levels in terms of Sigma Quality level using the next formula
    Sigma Level= 0.8406 + sqrt(29.37-2.221Ln(DPMO)) it works!! and you don’t have to check the tables of probability to find the Z scores related with a given level of DPMO.
     
     

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    #73551

    Tim Johnson
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    Why do you want to convert DPMO to Cpk?

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    #96719

    Corbin Jewell
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    I’d like to be able to convert DPMO to CpK because GEAE often requires a CpK to be reported even when it is not practical (such as an attribute).

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