APPLICATION OF THE GROSS ERROR ANALYSIS TO DISORDERS IDENTIFICATION IN MANUFACTURING PROCESS—A CASE STUDY
The article contains a description of the procedures to be followed in the analysis of the stability of the manufacturing processes based on an Individual Control Chart (XI) and a Moving Range (MR) Control Chart. In the following part of the article, we present the three-sigma rule and the confidence intervals for the average, which enable the elimination of random errors caused by, e.g. an improper conducting of a measurement.
Summary of the theoretical considerations is a study case in which survey data from a company, producing car seat frames, are used. The conducted study indicates that the elimination of Gross Error is significant to identify and eliminate the variability of production processes.
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