Hi, I am analyzing a Gage RR result, in a thermoforming process (plastic sheet run through a mold), and chose to select my part variation by selecting different mold cavities. I chose to have 10 parts, 3 ops, 2 repeats. The 10 parts (cavities) were selected from the mold that provided the most part variation. I chose cavities that produced the highest, lowest and in the middle range. I then made an assumption that each consecutive shot would represent a common part - ie, each cavity 3 for six consecutive shots represented the same part. So my repeats are created by consecutive cavities. I didn't select my parts until the machine had been stabilized (but recognize there could be some material variations). So, here is my question, since I am making the assumption that the 6 consecutive shots represent the same part (by cavity), I should be able to analyze the gage using a crossed method. By the way, the product is PET, and the test involves instron machines. Any thoughts or feedback? Thanks in advance.