Measurement system analysis during visual inspections in the context of P-FMEA: Praxis pur for a safe ability to detect defective parts during visual inspections
Not all visual inspections can be automated. Especially for products whose appearance, taste, smell, sound or haptics have to be evaluated, humans play a crucial role in assessing good-bad quality.
In this training, you will learn how to quantify evaluations by humans in order to get as perfect a measure as possible in your own judgment. In doing so, the goal is clear: No bad parts should get to the customer and good parts should not get into the trash can.
  • Planning a measurement system analysis for visual inspections.
  • Performing and evaluating the results
  • Drawing conclusions
  • Documentation (digitization) and data analysis using Excel and Minitab.

The event will demonstrate sound solutions for dealing with these challenges. Quantified statements are important for issues from FMEA, test planning, audits, optimization processes.
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Scope of services

  • Precisely fitting information at the highest quality level
  • Each participant will receive a training confirmation.
  • Each participant receives the webinar training material.
  • Benefit

    The event first describes the problem of subjective evaluation by visual inspection. The event then presents practical application examples for the human evaluation of glass surfaces. The event will provide guidance on planning a proper measurement system analysis for visual inspections, data collection, digitization, evaluation and optimization of the inspection process.

    Group of participants

    The live event is aimed at specialists and managers from the fields of quality management, engineering, manufacturing and product development in the mechanical engineering, chemical, automotive, textile, glass, pharmaceutical, medical ...

    Participant fee
    The participation fee is 138,00€ (net)