TRAINING & EVENTS
QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Measurement System Analysis (AS13003)
The aerospace industry is highly reliant on inspection to ensure that parts and assemblies meet drawing requirements. Ensuring that measurement systems are capable and repeatable is vital to the effectiveness of the inspection process.
The purpose of this training is to define the application of appropriate measurement system analysis tools and the acceptance criteria to be applied within the aerospace sector. It shall also provide guidance on the efficiency of application (read across) and mitigation strategies for non-capable measurement systems.
What you will gain
- Demonstrate why measurement is important and what can be done to improve a measurement system.
- Understand how to conduct a measurement system analysis for continuous and attribute data.
- Focus on how to interpret the results of measurement studies to make improvements to the measurement system.
- Understand the links between measurement system analysis and additional quality tools.
Introduction and Location Variation Introduction to Measurement System Analysis
- Measurement uncertainty and effect on product and process decisions
- The uses for measurement studies
- Alternative sources of measurement error & how to overcome them
- Preventative maintenance considerations
- Calibration; equipment resolution; environmental requirements
- Basic capability charts and equipment selection
- Linking MSA to additional quality tools
Types of Measurement Studies
- Introduction to the different types of measurement studies & data
- Common vs. special causes of error
- Value vs feasibility of collecting data
- Types of studies available: bias, stability, linearity
- Interpreting the results
Continuous Data Studies – Type 1 Studies
- Uses for Type 1 studies
- Setting up the study & interpreting the results
- Capability indices
Continuous Data studies – Gauge R&R
- Repeatability and reproducibility
- Types of studies available (Average and Range vs ANOVA)
- Interpreting discrimination
- Destructive measurement systems
- Conditions that need to be considered
- Re-evaluating the measurement system
Attribute Data Studies
- Introduction to attribute MSA
- Uses for attribute studies
- Setting up the study
- Interpreting the results
- Human factors influencing attribute studies
Wales Quality Centre Certificates will be provided for this training.
This training can also be delivered in house contact us for details.
The Waterton Centre, Waterton Estate, Waterton, Bridgend CF31 3WT
Tel : +44 (0) 1656 652 063
Email : email@example.com
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