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Volume 183, 201812th International Conference Quality Production Improvement – QPI 2018
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|Published online||31 July 2018|
Comparison of Approaches to Gauge Repeatability and Reproducibility Analysis
VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, FMME, Department of Quality Management, Ostrava- Poruba, 17.listopadu 15, 70833 Czech Republic
2 VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, FMME, Department of Quality Management, Ostrava- Poruba, 17.listopadu 15, 70833 Czech Republic
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The paper presents approaches to Gauge Repeatability and Reproducibility (GRR) analysis. The aim of the paper is to compare three methods of GRR analysis - A&R method, ANOVA and EMP III. The first part gives insight to use of Measurement System Analysis (MSA) since properly planned and executed measurement systems can provide a good basis for decision making in companies. One of the new approaches will be presented that is different from the others described by AIAG or VDA guide. Compared to known A&R method and ANOVA, EMP III interpret the results in more detail. Beyond the information about variability of measurement process, the approach provides other useful parameters as attenuation of process signals, change of detecting error shift and an ability to track process improvements. Wider use of the results is illustrated by an example of measuring the dimensions of fasteners.
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