From my blog, to which I linked in my prior response:
Step 2: Resolution/Discrimination
Adequate resolution or discrimination means that the measurement units (inches, tenths of inches, thousandths of inches…) are sufficiently small enough to be able to "see" variation.
Stratification on a range chart is a good indication that there is a problem with inadequate resolution. The number of stratified levels on the Range Chart is an indicator of the degree of the problem. Fewer "levels" means less adequate resolution:
A rule of thumb: There should be approximately 5 levels of resolution between the control limits on the Range Chart and less than 25% of the ranges equal to zero to be considered adequate.