Mastering Destructive Gauge R&RApril 17, 2024 3:00 PM UTC

How do you perform an MSA when the item you are measuring is destroyed or altered during the measurement process? Destructive Gauge R&R is the answer. Destructive Gauge R&R is chosen over non-destructive Gauge R&R in scenarios where the measurement process itself inherently destroys or alters the part being measured, making it impossible to measure the same item multiple times without affecting its integrity. This is often required in industries like pharmaceuticals, food, and materials science, where the quality and safety tests are inherently destructive.

In this webinar, Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt Kevin Keller will dive into Destructive Gauge R&R and provide attendees with what they need to know to effectively design and execute a Destructive Gauge R&R study. Ideal for those engaged in Measurement System Analysis, such as quality assurance professionals and engineers, the webinar aims to enhance understanding and application of Destructive Gauge R&R principles.

What You Will Learn:

  • The essential principles of Destructive Gauge R&R and how it differs from non-destructive methods.
  • How to effectively design a Destructive Gauge R&R study, considering factors such as sample size, material utilization, and statistical significance.
  • Methods to analyze and interpret data from destructive tests, ensuring you can draw accurate conclusions about your measurement system's reliability.
  • Best practices to follow and common pitfalls to avoid in your Destructive Gauge R&R studies.

Who Should Attend:

This webinar is ideal for quality engineers, Lean Six Sigma practitioners, product designers, and anyone involved in the measurement system analysis where the test process is destructive.

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Wednesday, April 17, 2024 3:00 PM UTC
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Kevin Keller

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Kevin Keller is a professional statistician and quality professional with over 30 years of experience teaching, coaching, and leading Lean Six Sigma project teams from the shop floor to the enterprise levels. He began his career as a process engineer at Texas Instruments and then served in a Master Black Belt role at MEMC Electronic Materials for 15 years. Kevin advanced to manage quality systems for AB‐InBev and eventually accepted a Master Black Belt position for AB‐InBev's North American Zone. Kevin earned a BS in Chemical Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology and a Masters in Applied Statistics from The Ohio State University. He also is a certified Lean Six Sigma MBB.


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