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    tayebeh
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    accept my best regards
    i have a problem about MSA
    if my system incld 3gages and 2 appraiser for measurment 1 dimension,should we calculate reproducibility of 3 gages?
    if yes,what is its formula?
     

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    #75458

    R.Venkataramana
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    Hi
    As you are calculating reproducibility of your three gages, you need to calculate them separately. each gauge will  contribute differently to your total gauge error.

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    #75461

    Joy Cowling
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    I would first make sure that each gage is acceptable separately.  (1 gage, 2 operators).  Then I would do an R&R using the gages as operators.  (3 gages, 1 operator).  This will give you a reproducibility number for operators AND for the gages.
    Joy

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    #75472

    TCJ
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    taybeh,
    You probably want to include more than one dimension.  You gage needs to be able to discriminate over a range of values or the only variation will be in the measurement system.

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    #75475

    TM
    Member

    The rule of thumb I have used for this is compatibility. I would ensure that the average of each gage across all parts is less than 10% of the total variation or the total tolerance.
    Another method would be hypothesis testing on the two systems.

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    #76544

    tayebe
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    dear
    hi and tanks
     I thik
    k that i have to calculate three gages R&R together

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