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Training Video - SPC
Process Improvement with Statistical Process Control


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Do you need training in SPC...?
Do you need to train your employees in SPC...?
Do your customers require SPC...?
Are you getting ready to start using SPC...?
Are you not seeing results from your SPC charts...?
Do you want to quickly improve your SPC methods...?
Do you want to apply SPC correctly to your processes...?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions then you need to take this class.

Download this SPC training video and use it to train all of your employees who need SPC training. These employees include quality department employees, process and design engineers, operators, technicians, or any one who works on or with your processes.



Course Description

Statistical Process Control (SPC) is a scientific visual method used to monitor, control and improve processes by eliminating special cause variation from manufacturing, service and financial processes. It is a key Six Sigma tool.

SPC directs the process champion when to make take action to adjust or investigate the process. SPC prevents inappropriate or unnecessary process adjustments. SPC tells you when there is special cause variation or when the process is drifting.  Use SPC to catch machine wear, operator setup issues, raw material changes, and differences between similar machines. Overall, one uses SPC to prevent defects from occurring and tracks process improvement.

You will learn...

-What is SPC

-Why use SPC

-Process vs. product focus SPC

-Types of SPC charts

-Examples of SPC uses

-SPC and normal distribution

-Making the SPC chart and the math behind SPC

-Setting up the SPC charts

-Interpreting the SPC charts

-Special Cause Variation

-SPC chart rules

-Dynamic vs. Static Limits

-Spec limits and process capability

-Sampling frequency and sample size

-Moving Range Chart and Calculations

Detailed Course Agenda

Intro to SPC

-What is SPC

-Why use SPC

-Other SPC Advantages

-Process defined

-Examples of SPC

-Types of SPC charts

The SPC Chart

-Common Characteristics

-X and R charts defined

-SPC and Dates

-SPC and Limits

-Applying SPC

-SPC and Normal Distribution

Making the SPC chart

-Collecting the data

-Normality test

-Calculating the data for the chart

-Charting the data

-Calculating the Control Limits

Reading the charts

-Special cause variation

-SPC rules

-Factors that cause special cause variation

Dynamic vs. Static Limits

SPC and customer satisfaction

Charts and comparison to Specification limits

Selecting Sample Size and Frequency

Acceptance testing vs. Process Monitoring

Moving Range X and R Chart


-Comparison to normal X and R chart

-Calculating the Control Limits



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