These techniques provide information about a measurement system’s reproducibility, R&R, location or stability. Graphical tools allow for isolation of gaging problems including inconsistencies in technique between operators or inspectors.
Features & Benefits
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User guided study setup helps the user define the study that needs to be performed in order to determine the measurement system’s capabilities. All elements required for the selected study to be completed are captured before the study is created, and the user is warned to provide any missing information before beginning the study.
The data for the study can be collected directly from a gage connected to the system or transferred from Mitutoyo Coordinate Measuring Machines, Vision and Form Measuring Systems via native integration (DDE). Users can also key in their data.
All studies in the database are visible and can be organized using different criteria.
As recommended by the academic community, the collection sequence can be automatically randomized.
MeasurLink Gage R&R uses calculation methods based on AIAG’s Measurement Systems Analysis, Fourth Edition (commonly known as MSA 4). The following study types are supported:
- Type I
- Variable Range Method
Repeatability & Reproducibility
- Crossed ANOVA
- Crossed Average & Range
- Nested ANOVA
- Nested Average & Range
Excellent gage R&R program. Very friendly to use.
Graphics are impressive, 15 appraisers/15parts/15trials is an advantage.
Overall, I liked it real well. It is easy to use, quick and gives lots of data in a variety of forms. The plots are well organized and easy to interpret.