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S. Smith
posted 03 November 2000 04:21 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Forgive me for my ignorance...My company is set up to check every part number (1 out of every 25) we run to a check fixture. It is either good or bad. Please tell me how I go about setting up SPC's for such an environment. As a side note. Every part that we produce may have upwards of 15 different measurements per piece.

thanks in advance.

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S. Smith,

Consider using a "U" or a "C" attribute chart. The AIAG SPC manual would be a good source for initail details.


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posted 07 November 2000 09:47 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thank you.

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