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Advanced MSA of Continuous Data Part 4: How to Sample Parts

Posted 28th February 2014 at 09:05 AM by Miner

Another fine article from Minitab on Gauging Gage Part 3: How to Sample Parts.

This article addresses a personal pet peeve of mine. I have seen many posts recommending these same bad practices. As with the three previous posts, Minitab...
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Advanced MSA of Continuous Data Part 3: Are 3 Operators or 2 Replicates Enough?

Posted 27th February 2014 at 09:24 AM by Miner

As with the previous post, I'll let Minitab do the talking here. See Gauging Gage Part 2: Are 3 Operators or 2 Replicates Enough?

Minitab answers the question "If I increase the number of operators/replicates, can I reduce the number...
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Advanced MSA of Continuous Data Part 2: Are 10 Parts Enough?

Posted 27th February 2014 at 09:18 AM by Miner

This entry is short (for my part) because I ran across an EXCELLENT article by Minitab regarding the common usage of 10 parts for an R&R study. Having seen countless posts asking whether it is acceptable to use only 5 parts, I thought I would add...
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Advanced MSA of Continuous Data - Part 1: Within Part Variation

Posted 11th June 2011 at 06:00 PM by Miner
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This is the eleventh in a series of articles on MSA, and the first in advanced MSA topics. The focus of this article will be on how to handle within product variation (WIV).

WIV is significant variation in the form of a product. Significant...
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Upcoming article - Within-part variation when performing an R&R

Posted 20th May 2010 at 10:12 PM by Miner

The next article will address how to deal with Within-part variation when performing an R&R study.

I have been extremely busy at work, and have had limited time to devote to it. This article will have an attachment that will step...
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