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Gage Repeatability and

Reproducibility
Long
Datasheet
Operator A B C No. of
Trials
D4
Max X
Sample 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd 2 3.27 Min X
Range Range Range
of Trial Trial Trial Trial Trial Trial Trial Trial Trial 3 2.58 X Diff
1
2
RA
3 Tolerance
4
RB
5
6 RC
7
(R)
8
Sum
9
10
R
11
12
13 No. of
2
14 Trials (m)
15
Totals α 4.56

No. of
2
Sum RA Sum RB Sum RC Operators (n)
XA XB XC
β 3.65

MEASUREMENT UNIT ANALYSIS % TOLERANCE ANALYSIS

Repeatability - Equipment Variation (EV) - [within]

EV = (R) x (α) % EV = 100 x [(EV) / (Tolerance)]

= x = 100 x [

= =

Reproducibility - Appraiser Variation (AV) - [Between]

AV = √ { [(X diff
2
) x (β2)] - [(EV2) / (n x m)] } % AV = 100 x [(AV) / (Tolerance)]

= √ {[ x ] - [ / ]} = 100 x [

= =

Reproducibility and Reproducibility (R&R)

R&R = √ ((EV ) 2
+ (AV2)) % R&R = 100 x [(R&R) / (Tolerance

= √ ( + ) = 100 x [

= =

Sample Information:

Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility Long Datasheet Sample Date .

Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility Long Datasheet Tolerance UCLR x (D4) x α 3 m 3.70 0 YSIS olerance)] / ] olerance)] / ] (Tolerance)] / ] .05 β 3 n 2.

Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility Long Datasheet Fill cells .

23 1.73 2.12 5 4 1.08 10 9 1.08 Sum of Ranges 10 1.15 4 3 1.72 2.41 1.17 1.21 1. d* Value for the distribution Sample Operator 1 Operator 2 Operator 3 Operator 4 of the average Range |Range 1-4| # # of # of Operators 1 Samples 2 3 4 2 1 1.74 2.81 2.72 2.75 2.73 2.08 Average Range .09 8 7 1.09 9 8 1.28 1.16 1.91 2.1 7 6 1.72 2.24 3 2 1.19 1.17 1.18 1.16 1.77 2.11 6 5 1.

27 2 0.52 EV = R x K1 = % EV AV = √ ( XDIFF x K2 )2 .4467 Trials K1 5 0. Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility Data Collection Sheet Appraiser Part Trial # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 Average Range 1 2 3 Average Range 1 2 3 Average Range Part Average R = (Sum of Ranges / Number of appraisers) = XDIFF = (Maximum average .58 3 0.Minimum average) UCLR = (R x D4) Trials D4 Parts K3 D4 = 2 3.3742 3 0.7071 3 2.3534 K3 = 8 0.3249 n = (parts) 2 0.3375 Variables: Appraiser K2 9 0.( EV2 / n x r ) = % AV GRR = √ EV2 + AV2 = % GRR PV = Rp x K3 = % PV TV = √ GRR2 + PV2 = ndc .71 10 0.59 7 0.4030 K2 = 2 0.3146 r = (trials) 3 0.89 6 0.5231 K1 = Constants 4 0.

Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility Data Collection Sheet Sample Information: Sample Date .

Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility Data Collection Sheet Average Xa Ra Xb Rb Xc Rc X Rp = = = = = .

Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility Data Collection Sheet .

Possible Causes for Variation Observed Process Variation Real Measurement Process Variation Variation Long -Term Short -Term Spread Spread Spread Process Process in the caused by caused by Variation Variation Sample Operators Gauge Reproducibility Accuracy Linearity Stability Repeatability NDC = Number of Distinct Categories Measurement Instruments have physical limitations to "discriminate" between di dimension for parts that are actually different). In this way we start to talk abo . All these three packs will be considered a true. An example: The discriminative p 5 gr. The three packs are in "the same category". By using this device it will be impossible for me to "discriminate" between p (eyeballing & rounding is not allowed!).

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