This webinar will introduce attendees to the foundations of statistical process control (SPC), including the effects of variation and accuracy on process quality. The definition of a Six Sigma process will be illustrated. Attendees will learn how to construct SPC charts that provide visual controls (easily understood signals) that tell production workers when the process requires adjustment to prevent the m..
Traditional statistical process control (SPC) and process capability assessment techniques assume that the critical to quality (CTQ) variable follows a normal (bell curve) distribution. This condition is fulfilled far more often in textbooks than in real factories, laboratories, and so on. If the statistical distribution is not a bell curve, estimates of the nonconforming fraction (defects per million oppor..
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Failure mode effects analysis (FMEA) and the control plan are both parts of advanced quality planning (AQP). FMEA, in fact, defines the control points or critical nodes of the control plan; process activities that must be controlled to ensure conformance of the critical to quality (CTQ) product characteristics. The dynamic control plan is a natural combination of the process FMEA and control plan into a sin..