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Audit Objective Evidence - the holy ****

Posted 8th March 2014 at 12:37 AM by Chennaiite
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Did the program manager review this?
Yeah. here's the review presentation

Could you show me the record of review?
Yeah. Here it is

I am not finding any reviewer remark with respect to <one particular>?...
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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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Is tool wear a special cause? No...

Posted 26th February 2014 at 09:52 AM by bobdoering (Bob Doering)

Tool wear is common cause. It is a cause intrinsic in the process and can not be eliminated. It affects every part. Special causes are not intrinsic in the process, and do not affect every part - such as tool breakage, start-up, warm-up, etc. It is non-random...
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