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Some Relationships between Measurement Capability Indices of Type 1 Study, Gage R&R Study, and ISO 22514-7
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Some Relationships between Measurement Capability Indices of Type 1 Study, Gage R&R Study, and ISO 22514-7
Lee, Seung-Hoon; Lim, Keun;
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 Abstract
Purpose: This paper reviews Type 1 Gage study, Gage R&R study, and procedure of ISO 22514-7 for assessing a measurement system, and discusses some relationships between the measurement capability indices. Methods: The gage capability index of Type 1 Gage study, precision-to-tolerance ratio PTR of Gage R&R study, and measurement performance ratio and of ISO 22514-7 are considered in this paper. Results: This paper derives the relationships between and , PTR and , and and , respectively, and discusses the acceptance conditions for each procedures. Conclusion: The measurement capability analysis is the first step for the quality improvement of the manufacturing processes. Therefore the result of this study provides a helpful guidelines for assessing the measurement system, enabling proper evaluation of manufacturing processes.
 Keywords
Type 1 Gage Study;Gage R&R Study;ISO 22514-7;Measurement Capability Indices;
 Language
Korean
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