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  • About bobdoering
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    Bob Doering
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    LaGrange, OH
    Specialty / Field(s) of Expertise
    Statistical Process Control for Precision Machining, metrology, automotive quality systems
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    info@correctspc.com
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    CorrectSPC: When Normal Is Not Typical
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    Precision machining SPC confusing not giving you valuable feedback? The problem is the distribution is not normal, but people are applying normal statistics and control charts to it and yielding wrong information. CorrectSPC is a technique that busts the myth of the normal curve in precision machining. It presents a technique that provides more information that is meaningful to the operator and the quality professional. No transformations, no defects, no extra cost! See movie on website for
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Posted 3rd June 2016 at 03:17 PM by bobdoering Comments 0
Good news! We have verified that the Datalyzer software is capable of doing X hi/lo-R charts for precision machining!

Posted 17th May 2016 at 09:07 AM by bobdoering Comments 0
Capability indices and calculations are tough enough as it is, but a common approach of using Cpu or Cpl ("half Cpk's") is statistically incorrect. It assumes the data is normal - which is unlikely as you approach the physical limit (0 for...

Posted 26th May 2014 at 11:24 AM by bobdoering Comments 1
Here is a handy index for the information in my blog! (Be sure to click Continue reading... below to see the whole page!)

SPC GENERAL

The CORRECT steps to implement an SPC chart


SPC FOR PRECISION MACHINING...

Posted 26th February 2014 at 09:52 AM by bobdoering Comments 0
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...

Posted 17th November 2010 at 11:46 AM by bobdoering Comments 16
You might have had some SPC training in the past, but it probably skipped over the correct steps to implement charting on the shop floor. Check it out, here they are:

1. Develop the total variance equation (Yes! This is the very first...
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2012 REVISIT and this
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