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QUALITY TOOLS

Description of Tolerance Analysis Estimator:

Tolerance Analysis is commonly associated as an engineering tool to estimate cumulated

variation of multiple component of a mechanical stack-ups and reflecting variation of total system.

In general, tolerance analysis can be applied practically anywhere where process stages are

happening sequentially with certain variation.

Tolerance Analysis, in general, has two main approaches – Worst Case and Statistical, RSS

(Root Sum of Squares) – first being more “conservative” and latter being more “optimistic” and

relying on individual process capability knowledge. Various different approaches between WC

and RSS is available and in each case, responsible person/organization should evaluate

associated risk(s) in a application before deciding which approach to use.

Tolerance Analysis is useful tool to estimate stack up variation of complex systems before design

finalization. It also can help designers to estimate differences between optional systems and

subsystems in order to minimize probability of nonconformance quality.

When to use the Tolerance Analysis Estimator:

Tolerance Analysis should be applied always when systems and/or subsystem output is not

known. Even simplest calculation could reveal “unexpected” source(s) of variation (through

sketching a loop diagram) and give better indication what areas to focus on to reduce variation.

How to use the Tolerance Analysis Estimator:

Assumptions behind calculations:

- All processes are centered (no mean shift).

- All process stages variations in stack-up are independent (no correlation).

- All tolerances are equal bilateral tolerances (symmetrical tolerances). If not, they need to

be changed (Ex. +0.10 / -0.20 +/-0.15).

- All process stages are assumed to follow Gaussian (Normal) distribution.

- A “float” between two tolerances are assumed to be Uniform –distribution and are

assumed not to be process related (non-predictable).

Formula to calculate Worst Case, WC, tolerance (below) in Tolerance Analysis Estimator:

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**Formula to calculate Root Sum of Squares, RSS, tolerance (below) in Tolerance Analysis
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**Formula to calculate Modified Root Sum of Squares, MRSS, tolerance (below) in Tolerance
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Analysis Estimator:

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Make a Loop diagram. Usage: NOTE ! ONLY “Yellow” cells should be filled.). Example 1. This value User can change and estimate impact of to . 2. Make a loop diagram through all stack-up components one by one (steps) and label them individually (Ref. Y or Z –direction) (Optional). (See section “Application of Tolerance Analysis Estimator”.C… or 1.8 [Ref.B. Page 2 of 4 7/8/2013 . 1].2. has been suggested to be between 1. .4 and 1. NOTE: It can be hand made in a piece of paper.3 etc.( ) ∑ √(∑ ( ) ) ⌊ ⌋ Historically.). white board etc.: A. as long as it describe current status as accurately as possible. Fill initial information. 1. one may want to indicate in which direction in a Local Coordinate system the analysis is made in(like. Mark target of estimation with (X). X. Problem statement: What is the problem what you are trying to solve? Description of stack-up analysis: What area the stack-up analysis is focusing on? What items are included in stack-up and what are not? What assumptions have been made? Direction: In technical application(s).

NOTE: Each row can have only one value – either Float or Tol(+/-).2. Z-shift(±): By altering this values.: A. NOTE: Assumption is that all tolerance stack-up components are at their nominal value and therefore stack-up is also it’s nominal position. 4. User can visualize how process shift impacts on CoPQ –values.) for Your own reference. th (±): Process sigma –level estimation relative k tolerance value. When Z-shift(±) = 0 CoPQ = CoPQ±X.C… or 1. th Tol(±): k tolerance value (bilateral tolerances).X Page 3 of 4 7/8/2013 .3. UTL (Upper Tolerance Limit) and LSL (Lower Tolerance Limit). UnitCost: Cost of nonconformance unit outside of USL and LSL –limits (optional). Z-shift(±) and MRSS –factor (Unit Cost is optional). Fill variable data in each rows according Your loop diagram. Float: Nominal or intended gap or idle between two tolerances. Refer the loop diagram step names in variable data field (Ref. Fill targeted specification limits. UTL/LTL: Tolerance Limits around nominal output value (nonconformance limits).3 etc.B.

Addison Wesley Longman.Tips on use of Tolerance Analysis Estimator: It is important to understand this tool should be used only for estimations .M. Paul Drake Jr. Items[2..7. here #1-#11). Inc. ISBN 0-07018131-4. Ref. ISBN 0133052346. 1997.4. Application of Tolerance Analysis Estimator: Example 1a: A loop diagram (initial stage).not an unambiguous and absolute result due to highlighted limitations and assumptions.3. Items[1. McGraw-Hill.Creveling. Page 4 of 4 7/8/2013 .6.5. References: Ref. Example 1b: A loop diagram (with reference labels.8 and 10] are “floats” as they represent Nominal or intended gap or idle between two tolerance stack-up component if any( zero).9 and 11] are stack-up component which has process related variation.. Example 1b: (X) = Estimation output. 1: Dimensioning and Tolerancing Handbook. C. 1999. 2: Tolerance Design – A Handbook for Developing Optimal Specifications.

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