These LIVE, virtual, instructor-led classes will include short-term access to a recording of each session, so the registrants may review or make up missed sessions.
Attendees will discover the amounts and types of variations that exist in measurement systems, to ensure that product acceptance or process control decisions are based on “good data.” In this 1-day (8 hour) class, attendees will learn how to conduct studies to evaluate variability due to bias, repeatability, reproducibility, stability, and linearity.
Quality and metrology managers, laboratory and technical personnel, design, manufacturing, process, quality, and test engineers, calibration and maintenance personnel, environmental laboratory managers, inspectors, technicians, SPC coordinators and suppliers. MSA has direct application to ISO/IATF 16949 and this course is recommended for anyone involved in quality planning or involved in the implementation of ISO/IATF 16949 and third-party auditors.
Attendees should be familiar with Statistical Process Control and statistics.
This program provides a fundamental and practical review of Measurement Systems Analysis. MSA is an excellent quality tool to use with any quality system and has direct application to ISO/IATF 16949. This course is recommended for anyone involved in quality planning or involved in the implementation of ISO/IATF 16949 and third-party auditors.
Study concise, efficient methods for planning and preparing a Measurement System Analysis (MSA) and understand process variation and its impact. Gain insight into organizational applications, categories of measurement system variation, and gage repeatability and reproducibility.
The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) FMEA manual is used as the reference material for this class.
The student will need access to a scientific calculator with trig functions.