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How to introduce SIX SIGMA

Six Sigma Introduction

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What is six sigma?

Sigma ( s ) is Greek letter used to indicate standard deviation

– A sigma level provides a statistical estimation of the the defect (error) rate

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How to introduce 5 S

How to introduce 5 S

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5S was developed in Japan. It was first heard of as one of the techniques that enabled what was then termed ‘Just in Time Manufacturing’. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s 5-year study into the future of the automobile in the late 1980s identified that the term was inappropriate since the Japanese success was built upon far more than components arriving only at the time of requirement. John Krafcik, a researcher on the project, ascribed Lean to the collective techniques being used in Japanese automobile manufacturing; it reflected the focus on waste in all its forms that was central to the Japanese approach. Minimised inventory was only one aspect of performance levels in companies such as Toyota and in itself only arose from progress in fields such as quality assurance and Andon boards to highlight problems for immediate action.

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How to conduct Gauge R&R study: By MIE

How to conduct Gauge R&R study

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Satisfying the requirements of ISO TS or any other standard that demanding from your organization to implement Measurement System Analysis, a Gauge R&R ( repeatability and reproduce-ability) study for each inspection process you have has to be carried out and documented.

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