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Lisa Maiocco
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posted 22 March 2000 04:36 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lisa Maiocco   Click Here to Email Lisa Maiocco     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Question 1: Can anyone recommend a formal way of measuring gage capability on a pass / fail measurement? We have something in-house but I'm not sure what is standardly acceptable. (Our in-house method does not calculate a "gage error", etc) . Question 2: Can anyone recommend a method for an attribute GR&R when the test output is a 1-5 integer ranking based on standards we have set up? Thank you for any suggestions or leads you can provide!

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posted 24 March 2000 03:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Batman   Click Here to Email Batman     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Question 1:
A very good attribute GR&R can be found at Don Winton's website. Perhaps you may find it also in the PDF zone here at the forum. Look for an Excel spreadsheet, it contains most of the directions.

Question 2:
Typically an attribute R&R is simply a pass / fail. If I understand the question, you are creating variables data (albeit not very discriminating) when you classify parts in more than a pass / fail test, therefore a variable R&R should be performed.

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Sorry, I clicked too soon.
Don Winton's excellent site is here:
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