During the training course, students will learn at least;
- Details about MSA studies
- Learn the practical skills to be able to conduct a study
- Learn how to address problems found during the study.
A typical MSA training takes 1 day. During this training, we will discuss at least below topics.
- Introduction to MSA
- Purpose and importance of MSA
- Relation between MSA and calibration
- When to start with MSA studies (Six Sigma, IATF 16949, SPC)
- Types of variation
- Precision (repeatability and reproducibility)
- Accuracy (bias, stability, linearity)
- Performing a MSA study
- Types of studies
- Analyzing the results
- Calculation methods (Average and range, ANOVA)
- Gage R&R
- Number of distinct categories
- Range and error charts
- Individual and average charts
- Performance curve
- Attribute gages and Kappa studies
- Solving the problem
- How to get from problem analysis to solution
- Organizing MSA studies
Quality Managers, Quality Engineers and Lab Technicians, those interested in auditing MSA, and those who are responsible for planning, using and maintaining measurement systems. Engineers and those responsible for process improvements should also attend.
The MSA training can be conducted online via WebEx or in person onsite by our local representative either in a central location or at each site. Please contact our office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the possibilities.
Note: For companies in Malaysia: DataLyzer in Penang is a HRD Corp training provider.
Measurement data is used more often and in more ways than ever before. The benefit of using a data-based quality control or improvement method is largely determined by the quality of the measurement data used.
Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) is a critical and essential step is any quality method or analytical study. DataLyzer International has more than 30 years of experience in the use of MSA techniques.