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Core Tools Forms Disc V5

Copyright © 2008 March Quality Services

Part Name NAME


Part Number NUMBER
Engineering Change Level ECL
Engineering Change Level Date ECL DATE

Organization Name ORGANIZATION


Organization Code CODE
Street Address ADDRESS
City CITY
State STATE
Zip ZIP
Phone Number 555-555-5555

Customer Name CUSTOMER


Division DIVISION
Application APPLICATION

File Name FILE.XLS

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THE FOLLOWING LEVELS OF DOCUMENTS WERE USED TO PREPARE THIS WORKBOOK.

DOCUMENT EDITION PRINTING


ADVANCED PRODUCT QUALITY PLANNING AND CONTROL PLAN Second Jul-08
REFERENCE MANUAL
MEASUREMENT SYSTEM ANALYSIS Third Mar-02
POTENTIAL FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS Fourth Jun-08
PRODUCTION PART APPROVAL Fourth Mar-06
A-1 DESIGN FMEA CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
1 Was the DFMEA prepared using the Chrysler,
Ford, and General Motors Potential Failure Mode
and Effects Analysis (FMEA) reference manual,
and applicable customer specific requirements?

2 Have historical campaign and warranty data been


reviewed?
3 Have best practices and lessons learned from
similar part DFMEAs been considered?
4 Does the DFMEA identify Special Characteristics?

5 Have pass-through characteristics (glossary)


been identified and reviewed with affected
suppliers for FMEA alignment and appropriate
controls in the supply base?
6 Have special characteristics designated by the
customer or organization been reviewed with
affected suppliers to assure FMEA alignment?
7 Have design characteristics that affect high risk
priority failure modes been identified?
8 Have appropriate corrective actions been
assigned to high risk priority numbers?
9 Have appropriate corrective actions been
assigned to high severity numbers?
10 Have risk priorities been revised when corrective
actions have been completed and verified?

Revision Date:

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A-1 DESIGN FMEA CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
Prepared By:

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DESIGN FMEA CHECKLIST

Due Date

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DESIGN FMEA CHECKLIST

Due Date

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A-2 DESIGN INFORMATION CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
A. General
1 Does the design require:
a l New materials?

b l Special tooling?

c l New technology or process?

2 Has assembly build variation analysis been


considered?
3 Has Design of Experiments been considered?
4 Is there a plan for prototypes in place?

5 Has a DFMEA been completed?

6 Has a DFMA (Design For Manufacturability and


Assembly) been completed?
7 Have service and maintenance issues been
considered?
8 Has the Design Verification Plan been
considered?
9 If yes, was it completed by a cross functional
team?
10 Are all specified tests, methods, equipment and
acceptance criteria clearly defined and
understood?

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A-2 DESIGN INFORMATION CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
11 Have Special Characteristics been selected?
/
12 Is bill of material complete?
/
13 Are Special Characteristics properly documented?

B. Engineering Drawings
14 Are reference dimensions identified to minimize
inspection layout time?
15 Are sufficient control points and datum surfaces
identified to design functional gages?
16 Are tolerances compatible with accepted
manufacturing standards?
17 Can existing and available inspection technology
measure all design requirements?
18 Is the customer designated engineering change
management process used to manage
engineering changes?

C. Engineering Performance Specifications


19 Have special characteristics been identified?

20 Are test parameters sufficient to address required


use conditions, i.e., production validation and end
use?

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A-2 DESIGN INFORMATION CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
21 Have parts manufactured at minimum and
maximum specifications been tested as required?

22 Will all product testing be done in-house?


/
23 If not, is it done by an approved supplier?
/
24 Is the specified in-process performance test
sampling size and/or frequency consistent with
manufacturing volumes?
25 Has customer approval been obtained, e.g., for
testing and documentation, as required?
D. Material Specification
26 Are special material characteristics identified?
/
27 Where the organization is design responsible, are
specified materials, heat treat and surface
treatments compatible with the durability
requirements in the identified environment?
28 Where required, are the material suppliers on the
customer approved list?
29 Has the organization developed and implemented
a process to control incoming material quality?

30 Have material characteristics requiring inspection


been identified?
If so,

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A-2 DESIGN INFORMATION CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
a lWill characteristics be checked in-house?
/
b l If checked in house, is test equipment
available?
c l If checked in house, are competent people
available to assure accurate testing?
31 Will outside laboratories be used?
/
a l Does the organization have a process in place
to assure laboratory competency such as
accreditation? NOTE: Competency needs to be
assured, regardless of the organization's
relationship with the laboratory.
32 Have the following material requirements been
considered:
a l Handling, including environmental aspects?

b lStorage, including environmental aspects?


/
c l Have the materials/substance composition
been reported in accordance with customer
requirements e.g., IMDS?
d l Have polymeric parts been identified/marked
per customer requirements?

Revision Date

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A-2 DESIGN INFORMATION CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible

Prepared By:

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SIGN INFORMATION CHECKLIST

Due Date

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SIGN INFORMATION CHECKLIST

Due Date

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SIGN INFORMATION CHECKLIST

Due Date

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SIGN INFORMATION CHECKLIST

Due Date

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SIGN INFORMATION CHECKLIST

Due Date

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A-3 NEW EQUIPMENT, TOOLING, AND TEST EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
1 Does the design require:
a l New materials?
/
b l Quick
change? /
c l Volume fluctuations?
/
d l Mistake proofing?
/
2 Have lists been prepared identifying (include all
suppliers)?:
a l New equipment?
/
b l New tooling?
/
c l New test equipment (including checking aids)?

3 Has acceptance criteria been agreed upon for


(include all suppliers):
a l New equipment?
/
b l New tooling?
/
c l New test equipment (including checking aids)?

4 Will a preliminary capability study be conducted at


the tooling and/or equipment manufacturer?

5 Has test equipment feasibility and accuracy been


established?

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A-3 NEW EQUIPMENT, TOOLING, AND TEST EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
6 Is a preventive maintenance plan complete for
equipment and tooling?
7 Are setup instructions for new equipment and
tooling complete and understandable?
8 Will capable gages be available to run preliminary
process capability studies at the equipment
supplier's facility?
9 Will preliminary process capability studies be run
at the processing plant?
10 Have process characteristics that affect special
product characteristics been identified?
11 Were special product characteristics used in
determining acceptance criteria?
12 Does the manufacturing equipment have
sufficient capacity to handle forecasted production
and service volumes?
13 Is testing capacity sufficient to provide adequate
testing?
14 Has the measurement equipment been verified
and documented showing qualification for the
required scope of measurement and testing?

Revision Date

Prepared By:

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TOOLING, AND TEST EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST

Due Date

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TOOLING, AND TEST EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST

Due Date

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A-4 PRODUCT/PROCESS QUALITY CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
1 Is customer assistance or approval required for
the development of the control plan?
2 Has the organization identified who will be the
quality liaison with the customer?
3 Has the organization identified who will be the
quality liaison with its suppliers?
4 Has the quality management system been
reviewed and approved per customer specific
requirements?
5
Are there sufficient personnel identified to cover:
a l Control plan requirements?
/
b l Layout inspection?
/
c l Engineering performance testing?
/
d l Problem reaction and resolution analysis?
/
6 Is there a documented training program that:
a l Includes all employees?
/
b l Lists whose been trained?
/
c l Provides a training schedule?
/
7 Has training been completed for:
a l Statistical process control?
/
b l Capability studies?
/

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A-4 PRODUCT/PROCESS QUALITY CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
c l Problem solving?
/
d l Mistake proofing?
/
e l Reaction plans?

f l Other topics as identified?


/
8 Is each operation provided with process
instructions that are keyed to the control plan?
9 Are standard operator instructions accessible at
each work station?
10 Do operator instructions include pictures ad
diagrams?
11 Were operator/team leaders involved in
developing standard operator instructions?
12 Do inspection instructions include:
a l Easily understood engineering performance
specifications?
b l Test frequencies?
/
c l Sample sizes?
/
d l Reaction plans?
/
e l Documentation requirements?

13 Are visual aids:


a l Appropriate, easily understood and legible?

b l Available?
/

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A-4 PRODUCT/PROCESS QUALITY CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
c l Accessible? /

d l Approved?
/
e Dated and current?
l
/
14 Is there a procedure to implement, maintain, and
establish reaction plans for issues such as out of
control conditions based on statistical process
control?
15 Is there an identified problem solving process that
includes root cause analysis?
16 Are the latest drawings and specifications
available for the operator, in particular at the
points of the inspection?
a l Have engineering tests (dimensional, material,
appearance, and performance) been completed
and documented as required in accordance with
customer requirements?
17 Are the current forms/logs available for
appropriate personnel to record inspection
results?
18 Are the following available and placed at the
appropriate points of the operation?
a l Monitoring and measurement devices?

b l Gage instructions?
/
c l Reference samples?
/
d l Inspection logs? /

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A-4 PRODUCT/PROCESS QUALITY CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
19 Have provisions been made to certify and
calibrate gages and test equipment at a defined
frequency that is appropriate?
20 Have required measurement system capability
studies been:
a l Completed?
/
b l Accepted?

21 Have initial process capability studies been


conducted per customer requirements?
22 Are layout inspection equipment and facilities
adequate to provide initial and ongoing layout of
all details and components in accordance with
customer requirements?
23 Is there a documented procedure for controlling
incoming material that may include, for example,
the following items:
a l Characteristics to be inspected?
/
b l Frequency of inspection? /

c l Sample size? /

d Designated location for approved product?


l
/
e l Disposition of nonconforming products?
/
24 Have sample production parts been provided per
customer requirements?

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A-4 PRODUCT/PROCESS QUALITY CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
25 Is there a procedure to identify, segregate, and
control nonconforming products to prevent
shipment?
26 Are rework/repair procedures available to assure
conforming product?
27 Is there a procedure to requalify
repaired/reworked material?
28 Has a master sample, if required, been retained
as part of the part approval process?
29 Is there an appropriate lot traceability procedure?

30 Are periodic audits of outgoing products planned


and implemented?
31 Are periodic assessments of the quality system
planned and implemented?
32 Has the customer approved the packaging and
the packaging specification?

Revision Date

Prepared By:

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CT/PROCESS QUALITY CHECKLIST

Due Date

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CT/PROCESS QUALITY CHECKLIST

Due Date

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CT/PROCESS QUALITY CHECKLIST

Due Date

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CT/PROCESS QUALITY CHECKLIST

Due Date

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CT/PROCESS QUALITY CHECKLIST

Due Date

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A-5 FLOOR PLAN CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
1 Have lean concepts been applied in considering
material flow?
2 Does the floor plan identify all required process
and inspection points?
3 Have clearly marked areas for all material, tools,
and equipment at each operation been
considered?
4 Has sufficient space been allocated for all
equipment?
5 Are process and inspection areas:
a l Of adequate size? /

b l Properly
lighted? /
6 Do inspection areas contain necessary equipment
and record storage?
7 Are there adequate:
a l Staging areas? /

b l Impound areas? /

8 Are inspection points located to prevent shipment


of nonconforming products?
9 Are there controls for each process to eliminate
contamination or inappropriate mixing of product?

10 Is material protected from overhead or air


handling systems contamination?

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A-5 FLOOR PLAN CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
11 Have facilities been provided for final product
audit?
12 Are facilities adequate to control movement of
nonconforming incoming material?

Revision Date

Prepared By:

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5 FLOOR PLAN CHECKLIST

Due Date

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5 FLOOR PLAN CHECKLIST

Due Date

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A-6 PROCESS FLOW CHART CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
1 Does the flow chart illustrate the entire process
from receiving through shipping, including outside
processes and services?
2 In the development of the process flow chart, was
the DFMEA used, if available, to identify specific
characteristics that may be critical?
3 Is the flow chart keyed to product and process
checks in the control plan and PFMEA?
4 Does the flow chart describe how the product will
move, i.e., roller conveyor, slide containers, etc.?

5 Has the pull system/optimization been considered


for this process?
6 Have provisions been made to identify and
inspect reworked product before being used?
7 Are material controls for movement and staging of
product including appropriate identification
properly defined and implemented? The controls
should address incoming supplier product as well
as subcontracted processes.

Revision Date

Prepared By:

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CESS FLOW CHART CHECKLIST

Due Date

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A-7 PROCESS FMEA CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
1 Was the Process FMEA prepared by a cross
functional team? Has the team taken into
account all customer specific requirements,
including FMEA methodologies as shown in the
current edition of the FMEA?
2 Have all operations including subcontracted, or
outsourced processes and services been
considered?
3 Have all operations affecting customer
requirements including fit, function, durability,
governmental regulations and safety been
identified and listed sequentially?
4 Were similar part/process FMEA's considered?

5 Have historical campaign and warranty data been


reviewed and used in the analysis?
6 Have you applied the appropriate controls to
address all of the identified failure modes?
7 Were severity, detection and occurrence revised
when corrective action was completed?
8 Do the effects consider the customer in terms of
the subsequent operation, assembly, and
product?
9 Were customer plant problems used as an aid in
developing the Process FMEA?
10 Have the causes been described in terms of
something that can be corrected or controlled?
11 Have provisions been made to control the cause
of the failure mode prior to subsequent or the next
operation?

Revision Date

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A-7 PROCESS FMEA CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible

Prepared By:

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PROCESS FMEA CHECKLIST

Due Date

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PROCESS FMEA CHECKLIST

Due Date

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A-8 CONTROL PLAN CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
1 Was the control plan developed according to the
methodology described in Chapter 6 of this APQP
manual?
2 Have all the controls identified in the PFMEA
been included in the control plan?
3 Are all special product/process characteristics
included in the control plan?
4 Were DFMEA and PFMEA used to prepare the
control plan?
5 Are material specifications requiring inspection
identified?
6 Does the control plan address incoming
(material/components) through
processing/assembly including packaging?
7 Are engineering performance testing and
dimensional requirements identified?
8 Are gages and test equipment available as
required by the control plan?
9 If required, has the customer approved the control
plan?
10 Are the gage methodology and compatibility
appropriate to meet customer requirements?
10 Have measurement systems analysis been
completed in accordance with customer
requirements?
12 Are sample sizes based upon industry standards,
statistical sampling plan tables, or other statistical
process control methods or techniques?

Revision Date

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A-8 CONTROL PLAN CHECKLIST
Customer or Internal Part No. NUMBER Revision Level

Person
Question Yes No N/A Comment / Action Required
Responsible
Prepared By:

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CONTROL PLAN CHECKLIST

Due Date

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CONTROL PLAN CHECKLIST

Due Date

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TEAM FEASIBILITY COMMITMENT
Customer: CUSTOMER Date:

Part Number: NUMBER Part Name: NAME

Revision Level ECL

Feasibility Considerations
Our product quality planning team has considered the following questions.
The drawings and/or specifications provided have been used as a basis for analyzing the ability to meet all
specified requirements. All "no" answers are supported with attached comments identifying the organization's
concerns and/or proposed changes to enable the organization to meet the specified requirements.

YES NO CONSIDERATION
Is product adequately defined (application requirements, etc. to enable
feasibility evaluation?
Can Engineering Performance Specifications be met as written?
Can product be manufactured to tolerances specified on drawing?
Can product be manufactured with process capability that meet requirements?
Is there adequate capacity to produce product?
Does the design allow the use of efficient material handling techniques?
Can the product be manufactured within normal cost parameters? Abnormal cost
considerations may include:
- Costs for capital equipment?
- Costs for tooling?
- Alternative manufacturing methods?
Is statistical process control required on the product?
Is statistical process control presently used on similar products?
Where statistical process control is used on similar products:
- Are the processes in control and stable?
- Does process capability meet customer requirements?

Conclusion

Feasible Product can be produced as specified with no revisions.


Feasible Changes recommended (see attached).
Not Feasible Design revision required to produce product within the specified requirements.

Approval

Team Member/Title/Date Team Member/Title/Date

Team Member/Title/Date Team Member/Title/Date

Team Member/Title/Date Team Member/Title/Date


PRODUCT QUALITY PLANNING SUMMARY AND APPROVALS
DATE:

PRODUCT NAME: NAME PART NUMBER / REV: NUMBER ECL

CUSTOMER: CUSTOMER MANUFACTURING PLANT: CITY

1. PRELIMINARY PROCESS CAPABILITY STUDY QUANTITY


REQUIRED ACCEPTABLE PENDING*
Ppk - SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS

2. CONTROL PLAN APPROVAL (If Required) APPROVED: YES / NO* DATE APPROVED

3. INITIAL PRODUCTION SAMPLES


CHARACTERISTIC CATEGORY QUANTITY
CHARACTERISTICS
SAMPLES PER SAMPLE ACCEPTABLE PENDING*
DIMENSIONAL
VISUAL
LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE

4. GAGE AND TEST EQUIPMENT


MEASUREMENT SYSTEM ANALYSIS QUANTITY
REQUIRED ACCEPTABLE PENDING*
SPECIAL CHARACTERISTIC

5. PROCESS MONITORING
QUANTITY
PROCESS MONITORING INSTRUCTIONS REQUIRED ACCEPTABLE PENDING*
PROCESS SHEETS
VISUAL AIDS

6. PACKAGING/SHIPPING QUANTITY
REQUIRED ACCEPTABLE PENDING*
PACKAGING APPROVAL
SHIPPING TRIALS

7. Approvals

TEAM MEMBER/TITLE/DATE TEAM MEMBER/TITLE/DATE

TEAM MEMBER/TITLE/DATE TEAM MEMBER/TITLE/DATE

TEAM MEMBER/TITLE/DATE TEAM MEMBER/TITLE/DATE

* REQUIRES PREPARATION OF AN ACTION PLAN TO TRACK PROGRESS.


PART HISTORY
Part Number Part Name
NUMBER NAME

Date Remarks

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PROCESS / INSPECTION FLOWCHART

Product Program Issue Date ECL ECL


Supplier Name ORGANIZATION Part Name NAME
Supplier Location CITY STATE Part Number NUMBER

Legend:
Operation Transportation Inspection Delay Storage

Operation or Event Description of Evaluation


STEP

Operation or Event and Analysis Methods

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PROCESS FLOW DIAGRAM
PART NUMBER: NUMBER DATE:
PART DESCRIPTION: ECL: ECL
NAME PREPARED BY:
FABRICATION

INSPECT
STORE
MOVE

PRODUCT AND

ITEM #

ITEM #
OPERATION PROCESS CONTROL
STEP DESCRIPTION CHARACTERISTICS METHODS

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Process Flow Diagram
Department

Prod/Serv NAME ID Number Date

Sources of Variation Sources of Variation


Sources of Variation
(Experience-Based) (Results of this Step)

Operation 100% Operator


Storage Delay
or Activity Inspection (Full time)

Operation/Activity with Inspection Transportation (Part time)

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CHARACTERISTIC MATRIX
Part Number Engineering Change Level Part Name
NUMBER ECL NAME

C = Characteristic at an operation used for clamping


L = Characteristic at an operation used for locating
X = Characteristic created or changed by this operation should
match the process flow diagram form

DIMENSION OPERATION NUMBER


NUMBER DESCRIPTION TOLERANCE

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DESIGN MATRIX -
Product Code / Description: Project #:
POTENTIAL CAUSES FUNCTION - DESIRED ATTRIBUTES (POTENTIAL FAILURE MODES)

ROBUST THRESHOLD RANGE


Prelim. Special Characteristics

PROCESS ABILITY

ENVIRONMENTAL
FAILURE

UNITS
CATEGORY /

PERFORMANCE
APPEARANCE
CHARACTERISTICS

NEGATIVE IMPACT ON CUSTOMER EXPECTATIONS: HIGH = 3; MED = 2; LOW = 1; NONE = 0; UNKNOWN = ?


System POTENTIAL FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
Subsystem (DESIGN FMEA) Prepared by:
Component; Design Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Item / Action Results

Classification
Current Current

Occurrence
Responsibility

Detection
Function

Severity

Occurrence
Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Design Design Recommended & Target

RPN

Severity
Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken

RPN
Controls Controls Action Completion
Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Prevention Detection Date
Requirements

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POTENTIAL
System FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
Subsystem (DESIGN FMEA) Prepared by:
Component; Design Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Action Results

Classification
Current Current

Occurrence
Item Responsibility

Detection
Severity

Occurrence
Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Design Design Recommended & Target

RPN

Severity
Requirements Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken

RPN
Controls Controls Action(s) Completion
Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Function Prevention Detection Date

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POTENTIAL
System FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
Subsystem (DESIGN FMEA) Prepared by:
Component; Design Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Item / Action Results

Classification
Current Current

Occurrence
Responsibility

Detection
Function

Severity

Occurrence
Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Design Design Recommended & Target

RPN

Severity
Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken

RPN
Controls Controls Action Completion
Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Prevention Detection Date
Requirements

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POTENTIAL
System FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
Subsystem (DESIGN FMEA) Prepared by:
Component; Design Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Action Results

Classification
Current Current

Occurrence
Item Responsibility

Detection
Severity

Occurrence
Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Design Design Recommended & Target

RPN

Severity
Requirements Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken

RPN
Controls Controls Action(s) Completion
Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Function Prevention Detection Date

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POTENTIAL
System FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
Subsystem (DESIGN FMEA) Prepared by:
Component; Design Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Action Results
Current Detection

Classification

Occurrence
Item Responsibility

Detection
Severity

Occurrence
Potential Potential Potential Design Controls

Detection
Controls Recommended & Target

RPN

Severity
Requirements Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken
Prevention Action(s) Completion
Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Function Date
Cause Failure Mode

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Action Results

RPN

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POTENTIAL
System FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
Subsystem (DESIGN FMEA) Prepared by:
Component; Design Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Completion Date
Action Results

Responsibility
Classification
Current Current

Occurrence
Item

Detection
Severity

Occurrence
Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Target
Design Design Recommended

RPN

Severity
Requirements Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Effective

RPN
Controls Controls Action(s)
Mode of Failure of Failure Taken Date
Function Prevention Detection

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POTENTIAL
FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
(PROCESS FMEA) Prepared by:
Item: Process Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Process Step Action Results

Classification
Current Current

Occurrence
Responsibility

Detection
/ Function

Occurrence
Severity
Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Process Process Recommended & Target

Severity
RPN
Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken

RPN
Controls Controls Action Completion
Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Prevention Detection Date
Requirements

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POTENTIAL
FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
(PROCESS FMEA) Prepared by:
Item: Process Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Action Results

Classification
Process Current Current

Occurrence
Responsibility

Detection

Occurrence
Severity
Step Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Process Process Recommended & Target

Severity
RPN
Requirements Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken

RPN
Controls Controls Action Completion
Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Prevention Detection Date
Function

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POTENTIAL
FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
(PROCESS FMEA) Prepared by:
Item: Process Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Process Step Action Results

Classification
Current Current

Occurrence
Responsibility

Detection
/ Function

Occurrence
Severity
Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Process Process Recommended & Target

Severity
RPN
Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken

RPN
Controls Controls Action Completion
Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Prevention Detection Date
Requirements

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POTENTIAL
FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
(PROCESS FMEA) Prepared by:
Item: Process Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Action Results

Classification
Process Current Current

Occurrence
Responsibility

Detection

Occurrence
Severity
Step Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Process Process Recommended & Target

Severity
RPN
Requirements Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken

RPN
Controls Controls Action Completion
Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Prevention Detection Date
Function

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POTENTIAL
FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
(PROCESS FMEA) Prepared by:
Item: Process Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Action Results

Classification
Process Current Current Detection

Occurrence
Responsibility

Detection

Occurrence
Severity
Step Potential Potential Potential Process Controls

Detection
Process Recommended & Target

Severity
RPN
Requirements Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken

RPN
Controls Action Completion
Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Prevention Date
Function Cause Failure Mode

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POTENTIAL FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
(PROCESS FMEA) Prepared by:
Item: Process Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Action Results

Responsibility
Classification
Process Current Current

Occurrence

Completion
Detection

Occurrence
Severity
Step Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Target
Process Process Recommended

Severity
RPN

Date
Requirements Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Effective

RPN
Controls Controls Action
Mode of Failure of Failure Taken Date
Function Prevention Detection

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POTENTIAL
FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
(PROCESS FMEA) Prepared by:
Item: Process Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Action Results

Classification
Process Requirements Current Current

Occurrence
Responsibility

Detection

Occurrence
Severity
Step Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Process Process Recommended & Target

Severity
RPN
Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken

RPN
Controls Controls Action Completion
ID Product Process Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Prevention Detection Date
Function

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POTENTIAL
FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
(PROCESS FMEA) Prepared by:
Item: Process Responsibility ORGANIZATION FMEA Date (Orig.)
Model Year(s)/Program(s) APPLICATION Key Date FMEA Date (Rev.)
Core Team:

Action Results

Classification
Process Requirements Current Current

Occurrence
Responsibility

Detection

Occurrence
Severity
Step Potential Potential Potential

Detection
Process Process Recommended & Target

Severity
RPN
Failure Effect(s) Causes(s) Actions Taken

RPN
Controls Controls Action Completion
ID Product Process Mode of Failure of Failure & Effective Date
Prevention Detection Date
Function

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POTENTIAL
System
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
Subsystem (MACHINERY FMEA) FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
Component Supplier Name ORGANIZATION Prepared by:
Program(s) / Plant(s) Key Date Date (Orig.)
Core Team: Date (Rev.)
C O Current D
S l Potential c Machinery e R. Responsibility Action Results
Machinery Potential Potential
e a Causes(s)/ c Controls t P. Recommended & Target S O D R.
Function / Failure Effect(s)
Mechanism(s) Action(s) Completion Actions
Requirements Mode of Failure v s u -Prevention e N. e c e P.
of Failure Date Taken
s r -Detection c v c t N.

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POTENTIAL
System
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
Subsystem (MACHINERY FMEA) FMEA Number: FILE.XLS
Component Supplier Name ORGANIZATION Prepared by:
Program(s) / Plant(s) Key Date Date (Orig.)
Core Team: Date (Rev.)
C O D
S l Potential c Current Current e R. Responsibility Action Results
Machinery Potential Potential
e a Causes(s)/ c Process Process t P. Recommended & Target S O D R.
Function / Failure Effect(s)
Mechanism(s) Controls Controls Action(s) Completion Actions
Requirements Mode of Failure v s u e N. e c e P.
of Failure Prevention Detection Date Taken
s r c v c t N.

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CONTROL PLAN
Prototype Pre-Launch Production
Control Plan Number Key Contact/Phone Date (Orig.) Date (Rev.)
FILE.XLS 555-555-5555 1/1/1996 1/1/1996
Part Number/Latest Change Level Core Team Customer Engineering Approval/Date (If Req'd.)
NUMBER ECL
Part Name/Description Organization/Plant Approval/Date Customer Quality Approval/Date (If Req'd.)
NAME
Organization/Plant Organization Code Other Approval/Date (If Req'd.) Other Approval/Date (If Req'd.)
ORGANIZATION CODE
MACHINE, CHARACTERISTICS METHODS
PART/ PROCESS NAME/ SPECIAL
DEVICE REACTION
PROCESS OPERATION CHAR. PRODUCT/PROCESS EVALUATION/ SAMPLE
JIG, TOOLS CONTROL PLAN
NUMBER DESCRIPTION NO. PRODUCT PROCESS CLASS SPECIFICATION/ MEASUREMENT
FOR MFG. SIZE FREQ. METHOD
TOLERANCE TECHNIQUE

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CONTROL PLAN SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS
Prototype Pre-Launch Production
Control Plan Number Key Contact/Phone Date (Orig.) Date (Rev.)
FILE.XLS 555-555-5555 1/1/1996 1/1/1996
Part Number/Latest Change Level Core Team Customer Engineering Approval/Date (If Req'd.)
NUMBER ECL
Part Name/Description Organization/Plant Approval/Date Customer Quality Approval/Date (If Req'd.)
NAME
Organization/Plant Organization Code Other Approval/Date (If Req'd.) Other Approval/Date (If Req'd.)
ORGANIZATION CODE
No. Description/Rationale Specification/Tolerance Class Illustration/Pictorial

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DATA POINT COORDINATES
Control Plan No. FILE.XLS

Customer CUSTOMER Date(Orig): 1/1/1996 Date(Rev): 1/1/1996

Char. Point Char. Point Char. Point


X Y Z X Y Z X Y Z
No. Ident. No. Ident. No. Ident.

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Production Part Approval Page 73 of 128 Pages

Dimensional Test Results


ORGANIZATION: ORGANIZATION PART NUMBER: NUMBER
CODE
SUPPLIER / VENDOR CODE: PART NAME: NAME
INSPECTION FACILITY: DESIGN RECORD CHANGE LEVEL: ECL
ENGINEERING CHANGE DOCUMENTS:

DIMENSION / SPECIFICATION / TEST QTY. ORGANIZATION MEASUREMENT NOT


ITEM OK
SPECIFICATION LIMITS DATE TESTED RESULTS (DATA) OK

Blanket statements of conformance are unacceptable for any test results.

SIGNATURE TITLE DATE

March CFG-1003
2006
Production Part Approval Page 74 of 128 Pages

Dimensional Test Results


ORGANIZATION: ORGANIZATION PART NUMBER: NUMBER
CODE
SUPPLIER / VENDOR CODE: PART NAME: NAME
INSPECTION FACILITY: DESIGN RECORD CHANGE LEVEL: ECL
ENGINEERING CHANGE DOCUMENTS:

DIMENSION / SPECIFICATION / TEST QTY. ORGANIZATION MEASUREMENT NOT


ITEM OK
SPECIFICATION LIMITS DATE TESTED RESULTS (DATA) OK

March CFG-1003
2006
Production Part Approval Page of Pages

Material Test Results


ORGANIZATION: ORGANIZATION PART NUMBER: NUMBER
SUPPLIER / VENDOR CODE: CODE PART NAME: NAME
MATERIAL SUPPLIER: DESIGN RECORD CHANGE LEVEL: ECL
*CUSTOMER SPECIFIED SUPPLIER / VENDOR CODE: ENGINEERING CHANGE DOCUMENTS:
*If source approval is req'd, include the Supplier (Source) & Customer assigned code. NAME of LABORATORY:
SPECIFICATION / TEST QTY. NOT
MATERIAL SPEC. NO. / REV / DATE SUPPLIER TEST RESULTS (DATA) OK
LIMITS DATE TESTED OK

Blanket statements of conformance are unacceptable for any test results.

SIGNATURE TITLE DATE

March CFG-1004
2006
Production Part Approval Page of Pages

Material Test Results


ORGANIZATION: ORGANIZATION PART NUMBER: NUMBER
SUPPLIER / VENDOR CODE: CODE PART NAME: NAME
MATERIAL SUPPLIER: DESIGN RECORD CHANGE LEVEL: ECL
*CUSTOMER SPECIFIED SUPPLIER / VENDOR CODE: ENGINEERING CHANGE DOCUMENTS:
*If source approval is req'd, include the Supplier (Source) & Customer assigned code. NAME of LABORATORY:
SPECIFICATION / TEST QTY. NOT
MATERIAL SPEC. NO. / REV / DATE SUPPLIER TEST RESULTS (DATA) OK
LIMITS DATE TESTED OK

March CFG-1004
2006
Production Part Approval Page 77 of 128 Pages

Performance Test Results


ORGANIZATION: ORGANIZATION PART NUMBER: NUMBER
SUPPLIER / VENDOR CODE: CODE PART NAME: NAME
NAME of LABORATORY: DESIGN RECORD CHANGE LEVEL: ECL
*CUSTOMER SPECIFIED SUPPLIER / VENDOR CODE: ENGINEERING CHANGE DOCUMENTS:
*If source approval is req'd, include the Supplier (Source) & Customer assigned code.

SPECIFICATION / TEST QTY. SUPPLIER TEST RESULTS (DATA)/ NOT


TEST SPECIFICATION / REV / DATE OK
LIMITS DATE TESTED TEST CONDITIONS OK

Blanket statements of conformance are unacceptable for any test results.

SIGNATURE TITLE DATE

March CFG-1005
2006
Production Part Approval Page 78 of 128 Pages

Performance Test Results


ORGANIZATION: ORGANIZATION PART NUMBER: NUMBER
SUPPLIER / VENDOR CODE: CODE PART NAME: NAME
NAME of LABORATORY: DESIGN RECORD CHANGE LEVEL: ECL
*CUSTOMER SPECIFIED SUPPLIER / VENDOR CODE: ENGINEERING CHANGE DOCUMENTS:
*If source approval is req'd, include the Supplier (Source) & Customer assigned code.

SPECIFICATION / TEST QTY. SUPPLIER TEST RESULTS (DATA)/ NOT


TEST SPECIFICATION / REV / DATE OK
LIMITS DATE TESTED TEST CONDITIONS OK

March CFG-1005
2006
APPEARANCE APPROVAL REPORT
PART DRAWING APPLICATION
NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER (VEHICLES) APPLICATION
PART BUYER E/C LEVEL DATE
NAME NAME CODE ECL
ORGANIZATION MANUFACTURING ADDRESS SUPPLIER / VENDOR
NAME ORGANIZATION LOCATION CITY STATE ZIP CODE CODE
REASON FOR PART SUBMISSION WARRANT SPECIAL SAMPLE RE-SUBMISSION OTHER
SUBMISSION PRE TEXTURE FIRST PRODUCTION SHIPMENT ENGINEERING CHANGE
APPEARANCE EVALUATION
AUTHORIZED CUSTOMER
ORGANIZATION SOURCING AND TEXTURE INFORMATION PRE-TEXTURE REPRESENTATIVE
EVALUATION SIGNATURE AND DATE
CORRECT AND
PROCEED

CORRECT AND
PROCEED

APPROVED TO
ETCH/TOOL/EDM

COLOR EVALUATION
METALLIC COLOR
COLOR TRISTIMULUS DATA MASTER MASTER MATERIAL MATERIAL HUE VALUE CHROMA GLOSS BRILLIANCE SHIPPING PART
SUFFIX DL* Da* Db* DE* CMC NUMBER DATE TYPE SOURCE RED YEL GRN BLU LIGHT DARK GRAY CLEAN HIGH LOW HIGH LOW SUFFIX DISPOSITION

COMMENTS

ORGANIZATION PHONE NO. DATE AUTHORIZED CUSTOMER DATE


SIGNATURE REPRESENTATIVE SIGNATURE

March CFG-1002
2006
ATTRIBUTE GAGE BIAS REPORT
ANALYTICAL METHOD - LOW LIMIT
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Date Performed
NAME
Characteristic Gage Type Upper Limit Lower Limit

ATTRIBUTE DATA
# XT a P'a After entering data, follow the directions on the tab marked
1 0.000 'Graph' to create the Gage Performance Curve
2 0.000
3 0.000
4 0.000
5 0.000
6 0.000
7 0.000
8 0.000
9 0.000

FROM THE GRAPH


ENTER THE FOLLOWING:
XT (P=.5) =
XT (P=.995) =
XT (P=.005) =

Measurement Unit Analysis


Bias Repeatability
B = R =
= =

t Statistic
t = 31.3 IBI / R t0.025,19 = 2.09
=
=

Result

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ATTRIBUTE GAGE BIAS REPORT
ANALYTICAL METHOD - HIGH LIMIT
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Date Performed
NAME
Characteristic Gage Type Upper Limit Lower Limit

ATTRIBUTE DATA
# XT a P'a After entering data, follow the directions on the tab marked
1 0.025 'Graph' to create the Gage Performance Curve
2 0.000
3 0.000
4 0.000
5 0.000
6 0.000
7 0.000
8 0.000
9 0.000

FROM THE GRAPH


ENTER THE FOLLOWING:
XT (P=.5) =
XT (P=.995) =
XT (P=.005) =

Measurement Unit Analysis


Bias Repeatability
B = R =
= =

t Statistic
t = 31.3 IBI / R t0.025,19 = 2.09
=
=

Result

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ATTRIBUTE GAGE BIAS REPORT
ANALYTICAL METHOD - GAGE PERFORMANCE CURVE
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Date Performed
NAME
Characteristic Gage Type Upper Limit Lower Limit

LOW LIMIT RESULTS* HIGH LIMIT RESULTS*


Bias Bias
GRR GRR
σGRR σGRR
*Curve can be generated from low or high limit results if symmetry is assumed.

100%

90%

80%

70%

60%

50%

40%

30%

20%

10%

0%
0.000 0.100 0.200 0.300 0.400 0.500 0.600 0.700 0.800 0.900 1.000

REMARKS

Signature

Title Date

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Directions for Gage Performance Curve for Attribute Analytical Method Form

1) Click Tools - Data Analysis - Regression


(If Data Analysis is not available load Analysis Tool Pak from the Add-Ins menu)
2) In the box for Input Y Range select the cells ATT BIAS(Analytic)!D14:D22
3) In the box for Input X Range select the cells ATT BIAS(Analytic)!B14:B22
4) In the box for Output range select the cells below A23:M60
5) Check Line Fit Plots
6) Press OK
7) Copy the Line Fit plot graph to the space on the Analytic sheet
8) Change the graph title to GPC - Low Side Normal Prob Paper
9) Change the x axis to Xt
10) Change the y axis to Probability
11) Repeat for high side data
GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY REPORT
ATTRIBUTE HYPOTHESIS TEST METHOD
Part Number Gage Name Date Performed Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Gage Type Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Upper Specification Lower Specification Appraiser C

DATA TABLE
Reference
PART A-1 A-2 A-3 B-1 B-2 B-3 C-1 C-2 C-3 Reference Value Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY REPORT
ATTRIBUTE HYPOTHESIS TEST METHOD
Part Number Gage Name Date Performed Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Gage Type Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Upper Specification Lower Specification Appraiser C

DATA TABLE CONTINUED


Reference
PART A-1 A-2 A-3 B-1 B-2 B-3 C-1 C-2 C-3 Reference Value Code
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

Risk Analysis
A * B Crosstabulation

B
Total
0 1
0 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
A
1 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
Count 0 0 0
Total
Expected Count

B * C Crosstabulation

C
Total
0 1
0 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
B
1 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
Count 0 0 0
Total
Expected Count

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY REPORT
ATTRIBUTE HYPOTHESIS TEST METHOD
Part Number Gage Name Date Performed Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Gage Type Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Upper Specification Lower Specification Appraiser C

A * C Crosstabulation

C
Total
0 1
0 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
A
1 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
Count 0 0 0
Total
Expected Count

Kappa A B C
A -
B -
C -

DETERMINATION
AxB 0.75 or higher indicates good agreement
AxC Between 0.40 and 0.75 indicates some agreement
BxC Less then 0.40 indeicates poor agreement

A * REF Crosstabulation

REF
Total
0 1
0 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
A
1 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
Count 0 0 0
Total
Expected Count

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY REPORT
ATTRIBUTE HYPOTHESIS TEST METHOD
Part Number Gage Name Date Performed Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Gage Type Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Upper Specification Lower Specification Appraiser C

B * REF Crosstabulation

REF
Total
0 1
0 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
B
1 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
Count 0 0 0
Total
Expected Count

C * REF Crosstabulation

REF
Total
0 1
0 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
C
1 Count 0 0 0
Expected Count
Count 0 0 0
Total
Expected Count

A B C
Kappa

DETERMINATION
A x REF 0.75 or higher indicates good agreement
B x REF Between 0.40 and 0.75 indicates some agreement
C x REF Less then 0.40 indeicates poor agreement

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY REPORT
ATTRIBUTE HYPOTHESIS TEST METHOD
Part Number Gage Name Date Performed Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Gage Type Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Upper Specification Lower Specification Appraiser C

% Appraiser1 % Score vs. Attribute2


Source Appraiser A Appraiser B Appraiser C Appraiser A Appraiser B Appraiser C
Total Inspected
# Matched 0 0 0 0 0 0
False Positive (appraiser biased towards rejection) 0 0 0
False Negative (appraiser biased towards acceptance) 0 0 0
Mixed
95% UCI5
Calculated Score
95% LCI5

System % Effective Score3 System % Effective Score vs. Reference4


Total Inspected
# in Agreement 0 0
95% UCI5
Calculated Score
95% LCI5

Notes:
(1) Appraiser agress with themself on all trials
(2) Appraiser agrees on all trials with the known standard
(3) All appraisers agreed within and between themselves
(4) All appraisers agreed within and between themselves and with the reference
(5) UCI and LCI are the upper and lower confidence internval bounds, respectively (Wilson score method)

H0: The effectiveness of both appraisers is the same (Null hypothesis)


HA: The effectiveness of both appraisers is not the same (Alternative Hypothesis)

Acceptance criteria: The calculated score of the appraiser falls between the confidence interval of the other.

EFFECTIVENESS EVALUATION
Appraiser A vs. Appraiser B Reject Null Hypothesis Accept Alternative
Appraiser A vs. Appraiser C Reject Null Hypothesis Accept Alternative
Appraiser B vs. Appraiser C Reject Null Hypothesis Accept Alternative

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY REPORT
ATTRIBUTE HYPOTHESIS TEST METHOD
Part Number Gage Name Date Performed Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Gage Type Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Upper Specification Lower Specification Appraiser C

Second Analysis
EVALUATION CRITERIA
Measurement System False Alarm
Effectiveness Miss Rate
Decision Rate
Acceptable for the appraiser >90% <2% <5%

Marginally acceptable fo the


appraiser - may need >80% <5% <10%
improvement
Unacceptable for the
appraiser - needs <80% >5% >10%
improvement

RESULTS SUMMARY
False Alarm
Appraiser Effectiveness Miss Rate
Rate
A

Final Analysis

Approved for use as is


Not approved for use as is
Signature Title

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
VARIABLE DATA RESULTS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

APPRAISER/ PART AVERAGE


TRIAL # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1. A 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. AVE xa=
5. R ra=
6. B 1
7. 2
8. 3
9. AVE xb=
10. R rb=
11. C 1
12. 2
13. 3
14. AVE xc=
15. R rc=
16. PART X=
AVERAGE Rp=

17. (ra + rb + rc) / (# OF APPRAISERS) = R=


18. xDIFF = (Max x - Min x) = xDIFF=
19. * UCLR = R x D4 = UCLR=

* D4 =3.27 for 2 trials and 2.58 for 3 trials. UCLR represents the limit of individual R's. Circle those that are
beyond this limit. Identify the cause and correct. Repeat these readings using the same appraiser and unit as originally used or
discard values and re-average and recompute R and the limiting value from the remaining observations.

Notes:

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
VARIABLE DATA RESULTS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Gage Type Appraiser C

Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Measurement Unit Analysis % Total Variation (TV)


Repeatability - Equipment Variation (EV)
EV = R x K1 Trials K1 % EV = 100 (EV/TV)
= 2 0.89 =
= 3 0.59 =
Reproducibility - Appraiser Variation (AV)
AV = {(xDIFF x K2)2 - (EV2/nr)}1/2 % AV = 100 (AV/TV)
= =
= =
Appraisers 2 3
n = parts r = trials K2 0.71 0.5236
Repeatability & Reproducibility (GRR) % GRR = 100 (GRR/TV)
GRR = {(EV + AV )}
2 2 1/2
Parts K3 =
= 2 0.7087 =
= 3 0.5236
Part Variation (PV) 4 0.4464
PV = RP x K3 5 0.4032 % PV = 100 (PV/TV)
= 6 0.3745 =
= 7 0.3534 =
Total Variation (TV) 8 0.3378
TV = {(GRR2 + PV2)}1/2 9 0.3247 ndc = 1.41(PV/GRR)
= 10 0.3145 =
= =

For information on the theory and constants used in the form see MSA Reference Manual, Third edition.

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
VARIABLE DATA RESULTS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

APPRAISER/ PART AVERAGE


TRIAL # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1. A 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. AVE xa=
5. R ra=
6. B 1
7. 2
8. 3
9. AVE xb=
10. R rb=
11. C 1
12. 2
13. 3
14. AVE xc=
15. R rc=
16. PART X=
AVERAGE Rp=

17. (ra + rb + rc) / (# OF APPRAISERS) = R=


18. xDIFF = (Max x - Min x) = xDIFF=
19. * UCLR = R x D4 = UCLR=

* D4 =3.27 for 2 trials and 2.58 for 3 trials. UCLR represents the limit of individual R's. Circle those that are
beyond this limit. Identify the cause and correct. Repeat these readings using the same appraiser and unit as originally used or
discard values and re-average and recompute R and the limiting value from the remaining observations.

Notes:

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
VARIABLE DATA RESULTS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Gage Type Appraiser C

Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Measurement Unit Analysis % Tolerance (Tol)


Repeatability - Equipment Variation (EV)
EV = R x K1 Trials K1 % EV = 100 (EV/Tol)
= 2 0.89 =
= 3 0.59 =
Reproducibility - Appraiser Variation (AV)
AV = {(xDIFF x K2)2 - (EV2/nr)}1/2 % AV = 100 (AV/Tol)
= =
= =
Appraisers 2 3
n = parts r = trials K2 0.71 0.5236
Repeatability & Reproducibility (GRR) % GRR = 100 (GRR/Tol)
GRR = {(EV2 + AV2)}1/2 Parts K3 =
= 2 0.7087 =
= 3 0.5236
Part Variation (PV) 4 0.4464
PV = RP x K3 5 0.4032 % PV = 100 (PV/Tol)
= 6 0.3745 =
= 7 0.3534 =
Tolerance (Tol) 8 0.3378
Tol = Upper - Lower / 6 9 0.3247 ndc = 1.41(PV/GRR)
= ( Upper - Lower ) / 6 10 0.3145 =
= =

For information on the theory and constants used in the form see MSA Reference Manual, Third edition.

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
ANOVA METHOD
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

APPRAISER/ PART AVERAGE


TRIAL # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1. A 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. AVE xa=
5. R ra=
6. B 1
7. 2
8. 3
9. AVE xb=
10. R rb=
11. C 1
12. 2
13. 3
14. AVE xc=
15. R rc=
16. PART X=
AVERAGE Rp=

Anova Table
Source DF SS MS F Sig
Appraiser
Parts
Appraiser-by-Part
Equipment
Total
* Significant at α = 0.05 level

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
ANOVA METHOD
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Standard
% Total Variation % Contribution
Anova Report Deviation (σ)
Repeatability (EV)
Reproducibility (AV)
Appraiser by Part (INT)
GRR
Part-to-Part (PV)

Note:
Tolerance = Total variation (TV) =
Number of distinct data categories (ndc) =

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GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

APPRAISER/ PART AVERAGE


TRIAL # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1. A 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. AVE xa=
5. R ra=
6. B 1
7. 2
8. 3
9. AVE xb=
10. R rb=
11. C 1
12. 2
13. 3
14. AVE xc=
15. R rc=
16. PART X=
AVE ( Xp ) Rp=

Note: The REFERENCE VALUE can be substituted for PART AVE to generate graphs indicating true bias.

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GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Average Chart -"Stacked"


12

10

8
Appraiser A
Average

Appraiser B
6
Appraiser C
4 Upper Spec
Lower Spec
2

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Part Number

Analysis:

Range Chart -"Stacked"


12

10

8
Appraiser A
Range

6 Appraiser B
Appraiser C
4 Rucl

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Part Number

Analysis:

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GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Average Chart -"Unstacked"


12

10

8
Average

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Appr A Appr B Appr C
Analysis:

Range Chart -"Unstacked"


12.000

10.000

8.000
Average

6.000

4.000

2.000

0.000
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Appr A Appr B Appr C
Analysis:

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Run Chart
12

10

8
Value

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Part

Analysis:

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Scatter Plot
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
Part 2

Part 3

Part 5
Part 1

Part 4

Scatter Plot
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
Part 6

Part 8

Part 9

Part 10
Part 7

Analysis:

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Whiskers Chart - Appraiser A


12

10

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Whiskers Chart - Appraiser B


12

10

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Whiskers Chart - Appraiser C


12

10

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Analysis:

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Error Chart
12

10

0
Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5
Error Chart
12

10

0
Part 6

Part 8

Part 10
Part 7

Part 9

Analysis:

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Normalized Histogram - Error


1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5 Appr A
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
-1.00

-0.90

-0.80

-0.70

-0.50

-0.40

-0.30

-0.20

-0.10

0.00

0.10

0.20

0.30

0.40

0.50

0.60

0.70

0.80

0.90

1.00
-0.60

Normalized Histogram - Error


1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5 Appr B
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
0.60

0.70

0.80

0.90

1.00
-1.00

-0.90

-0.80

-0.70

-0.60

-0.50

-0.40

-0.30

-0.20

-0.10

0.00

0.10

0.20

0.30

0.40

0.50

Normalized Histogram - Error


1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5 Appr C
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
-1.00

-0.90

-0.80

-0.70

-0.60

-0.50

-0.40

-0.30

-0.20

-0.10

0.00

0.10

0.20

0.30

0.40

0.50

0.60

0.70

0.80

0.90

1.00

Analysis:

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GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

XY Plot of Averages by Size


1

0.9

0.8

0.7

0.6 Appr A
Appr B
0.5 Appr C
X=Y line
0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0
0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1

Analysis:

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Comparison XY Plot
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
Appr B

0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1
Appr A

Comparison XY Plot
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
Appr C

0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1
Appr A

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0.8
0.7
0.6
GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET

Appr C
0.5 GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
0.4
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
0.3 NUMBER
Part Name 0.2 Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
0.1
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
0 Lower Upper
0 0.1
Characteristic Classification 0.2 0.3
Trials 0.4 Parts 0.5 0.6 0.7
Appraisers 0.8Performed
Date 0.9 1
Appr A

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GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

Comparison XY Plot
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
Appr C

0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1
Appr B

Analysis:

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GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY DATA SHEET
GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
Part Number Gage Name Appraiser A
NUMBER
Part Name Gage Number Appraiser B
NAME
Characteristic Specification Gage Type Appraiser C
Lower Upper
Characteristic Classification Trials Parts Appraisers Date Performed

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VARIABLES CONTROL CHART ( x & R ) PART NO. CHART NO.
MEASUREMENT EVALUATION NUMBER
PART NAME (Product) OPERATION (Process) SPECIFICATION LIMITS
NAME
APPRAISER A APPRAISER B APPRAISER C MACHINE GAGE UNIT OF MEASURE ZERO EQUALS

x= UCL = LCL = AVERAGES (X BAR CHART)

12

10

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

r= UCL = LCL = RANGES (R CHART)

12

10

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

APPRAISER A APPRAISER B APPRAISER C

PART
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
NUMBER

R 1
E
2
A
D
3
I
N
4
G
S 5

SUM

SUM
x
NUM
VARIABLES CONTROL CHART ( x & R ) PART NO. CHART NO.
MEASUREMENT EVALUATION NUMBER
PART NAME (Product) OPERATION (Process) SPECIFICATION LIMITS
NAME
APPRAISER A APPRAISER B APPRAISER C MACHINE GAGE UNIT OF MEASURE ZERO EQUALS

HIGH-
R
LOW

** = APPRAISER OUT OF CONTROL

Computations for the Control Chart Method of Evaluating a Measurement Process


REPLICATION ERROR: Average Subgroup Range = r = r d2
2 1.13
Number of replications = Subgroup Size = r = 3 1.69
4 2.06
Estimate Replication Standard Deviation r / d2 = σe = 5 2.33

CALCULATION FOR APPRAISER EFFECT: Appraiser Averages

no d2* Number of Appraisers = nA = 0 Appraiser Average


2 1.410 A
3 1.906 Number of Samples = n = 0 B
C
Range of Appraiser Averages = RA = 0.00

Appraiser Effect = RA / d2* = σA =

CALCULATIONS FOR MEASUREMENT ERROR STANDARD DEVIATION:

σm = SQRT ( σe + σA )

CALCULATIONS FOR SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO: Sample Averages

no d2* Range for these Sample Averages = Rp = 0.00 Sample Average


2 1.410 1
3 1.906 Estimate Sample to Sample Standard Deviation: 2
4 2.237 3
5 2.477 σp = Rp / d2* = 4
6 2.669 5
7 2.827 Signal to Noise Ratio: 6
8 2.961 σp / σm = 7
9 3.076 8
10 3.178 9
10

Thus the number of distinct categories that can be reliably distinguished by these measurements is:

ndc = 1.41 x σp / σm =

This is the number of non-overlapping 97% confidence intervals that will span the range of product variation. (A 97% confidence
interval centered on a single measurement would contain the actual product value that is represented by that measurement 97%
of the time.)
GAGE R STUDY PART NO. CHART NO.
MEASUREMENT EVALUATION NUMBER
PART NAME (Product) OPERATION (Process) ZERO EQUALS
NAME
APPRAISER MACHINE GAGE UNIT OF MEASURE UPPER SPECIFICATION LOWER SPECIFICATION

AVERAGES (X BAR CHART)


x= UCL = LCL =

12

10

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

RANGES (R CHART)
r= UCL = LCL =

1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

READING 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

VALUE

HIGH-
R n/a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
LOW

** = POINT OUT OF CONTROL

GAGE R ANALYSIS
Data in control? % Repeatability =

This method CANNOT be used for final gage acceptance without other complete and detailed MSA methods.
Bulk Materials Requirements Checklist Project:
Required / Primary Responsibility Comments / Approved
Target Date Customer Supplier Conditions by / date
Product Design and Development Verification

Design Matrix
Design FMEA
Special Product Characteristics
Design Records
Prototype Control Plan
Appearance Approval Report
Master Samples
Test Results
Dimensional Results
Checking Aids
Engineering Approval
Process Design and Development Verification

Process Flow Diagrams


Process FMEA
Special Product Characteristics
Pre-launch Control Plan
Production Control Plan
Measurement System Studies
Interim Approval
Product and Process Validation

Initial Process Studies


Part Submission Warrant
Elements to be Completed as Needed

Customer Plant Connection


Customer Specific Requirements
Change Documentation
Supplier Considerations

Plan agreed to by: Name / Function Company / Title / Date


BULK MATERIAL INTERIM APPROVAL FORM

ORGANIZATION PRODUCT NAME:


ORGANIZATION NAME
(VENDOR) NAME:
ORGANIZATION ENG. SPEC.:
CODE
(VENDOR) CODE:
MANUF. SITE: CITY PART #:
ENG. CHANGE #: ECL FORMULA DATE:
RECEIVED DATE: RECEIVED BY:
SUBMISSION LEVEL: EXPIRATION DATE:
TRACKING CODE: RE-SUBMISSION DATE:

STATUS: (NR - Not Required, A - Approved, I - Interim)


Design Matrix DFMEA: Special Product Characteristics Engineering Approval
Control Plans PFMEA: Special Process Characteristics Process Flow Diagram
Test results Process Studies: Dimensional Results Master Sample
Measurement Systems Studies: Appearance Approval Report

SPECIFIC QUANTITY OF MATERIAL AUTHORIZED (IF APPLICABLE):


PRODUCTION TRIAL AUTHORIZATION #:
REASON(S) FOR INTERIM APPROVAL:

ISSUES TO BE RESOLVED, EXPECTED COMPLETION DATE


(CLASSIFY AS ENGINEERING, DESIGN, PROCESS, OR OTHER):

ACTIONS TO BE ACCOMPLISHED DURING INTERIM PERIOD, EFFECTIVE DATE:

PROGRESS REVIEW DATE: DATE MATERIAL DUE AT PLANT:


WHAT ACTIONS ARE TAKING PLACE TO ENSURE THAT FUTURE SUBMISSIONS WILL CONFORM
TO BULK MATERIAL PPAP REQUIREMENTS BY THE SAMPLE PROMISE DATE?

SUPPLIER (AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE) PHONE:


(PRINT NAME) DATE:
CUSTOMER APPROVALS (as needed): PHONE: DATE:
PRODUCT ENG. (SIGNATURE)
(PRINT NAME)
MATERIALS ENG. (SIGNATURE)
(PRINT NAME)
QUALITY ENG. (SIGNATURE)
(PRINT NAME)
INTERIM APPROVAL NUMBER:
PRODUCT / PROCESS CHANGE NOTIFICATION

Complete this form and e-mail to your customer organization whenever customer notification is required by
the PPAP Manual in Table 3.1. Your customer will respond back with an acknowledgement and may
request additional change clarification or PPAP submission requirements.

To: Customer: CUSTOMER DIVISION

Organization Part Number: Engineering Revision Level: Dated:

Customer Part Number: NUMBER Engineering Revision Level: ECL Dated: ECL DATE
Purchase Order Number: Safety and/or Government Regulation:

Application: APPLICATION
ORGANIZATION MANUFACTURING INFORMATION

Name: ORGANIZATION Code: CODE


Street Address: ADDRESS
City, State, Zip: CITY STATE ZIP Change Type (check all that apply)
Dimensional
Customer Plants Affected: Materials
Functional
Design Responsibility: Customer Organization Appearance

Organization Change That May Affect End Item:


Product Change Engineering Drawing Change New or Revised Subcomponent

Expected PPAP Completion / Submission Date:

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT / PROCESS CHANGE:

Planned Date of Implementation:

DECLARATION:
I hereby certify that representative samples will be manufactured using the revised product and/or process
and verified, where appropriate, for dimensional change, appearance change, physical property change,
functionally for performance and durability. I also certify that documented evidence of such compliance is
on file and available for customer review.

Explanation/Comments:

NAME: TITLE:

BUSINESS PHONE NO: FAX NO:

E-MAIL: DATE:

NOTE: Please submit this notification at least 6 weeks prior to the planned change implementation!

Contact your customer to determine if this form is available in an electronic format or if this form should be faxed.

March THE-1002
2006
Truck Industry Part Submission Warrant
Part Name NAME Customer Part Number NUMBER Rev.
If applicable
Tool PO Number Engineering Drawing Change Level ECL Dated

Additional Engineering Changes Dated

Shown on Drawing Number Purchase Order No. Weight (kg)

Checking Aid Number Engineering Change Level Dated

ORGANIZATION MANUFACTURING INFORMATION SUBMISSION INFORMATION

ORGANIZATION CODE CUSTOMER DIVISION


Organization Name and Code Customer Name/Division

ADDRESS
Street Address Customer Contact

CITY STATE 00000 APPLICATION


City State Zip Application

Note: Does this part contain any restricted or reportable substances? Yes No

Are plastic parts identified with appropriate ISO marking codes? Yes No

REASON FOR SUBMISSION


Initial submission Change to Optional Construction or Material
Engineering Change(s) Sub-Supplier or Material Source Change
Tooling: Transfer, Replacement, Refurbishment, or Additional Change in Part Processing
Correction of Discrepancy Parts produced at Additional Location
Tooling inactive > than 1 year Other - please specify

REQUESTED SUBMISSION LEVEL (Check one)


Level 1 - Warrant only (and for designated appearance items, an Appearance Approval Report) submitted to customer.
Level 2 - Warrant with product samples and limited supporting data submitted to customer.
Level 3 - Warrant with product samples and complete supporting data submitted to customer.
Level 4 - Warrant and other requirements as defined by customer.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
(check)
Level 5 - Warrant with product samples and complete supporting data reviewed at supplier's manufacturing location.

DECLARATION
I affirm that the samples represented by this warrant are representative of our parts and have been made to the applicable customer
drawings and specifications and are made from specified materials on regular production tooling with no operations other than the regular
production process. I also certify that documented evidence of such compliance is on file and available for review.

EXPLANATION/COMMENTS:

List Molds / Cavities / Production Processes

Organization Authorized Signature Date

Print Name Phone No. 555-555-5555 Fax No.

Title E-Mail

FOR CUSTOMER USE ONLY


PPAP Warrant Disposition: Approved Rejected
Interim Approval Comment:

Customer Signature Date

Print Name

March THE-1001
2006
Part Submission Warrant
Part Name NAME Cust. Part Number NUMBER
Shown on Drawing Number Org. Part Number

Engineering Change Level ECL Dated ECL DATE


Additional Engineering Changes Dated

Safety and/or Government Regulation Yes No Purchase Order No. Weight (kg)

Checking Aid Number Checking Aid Eng. Change Level Dated

ORGANIZATION MANUFACTURING INFORMATION CUSTOMER SUBMITTAL INFORMATION

ORGANIZATION CODE CUSTOMER DIVISION


Supplier Name & Supplier/Vendor Code Customer Name/Division

ADDRESS
Street Address Buyer/Buyer Code

CITY STATE 00000 APPLICATION


City Region Postal Code Country Application

MATERIALS REPORTING

Has customer-required Substances of Concern information been reported? Yes No


Submitted by IMDS or other customer format:

Are polymeric parts identified with appropriate ISO marking codes? Yes No n/a
REASON FOR SUBMISSION (Check at least one)
Initial submission Change to Optional Construction or Material
Engineering Change(s) Sub-Supplier or Material Source Change
Tooling: Transfer, Replacement, Refurbishment, or additional Change in Part Processing
Correction of Discrepancy Parts produced at Additional Location
Tooling Inactive > than 1 year Other - please specify

REQUESTED SUBMISSION LEVEL (Check one)


Level 1 - Warrant only (and for designated appearance items, an Appearance Approval Report) submitted to customer.
Level 2 - Warrant with product samples and limited supporting data submitted to customer.
Level 3 - Warrant with product samples and complete supporting data submitted to customer.
Level 4 - Warrant and other requirements as defined by customer.
Level 5 - Warrant with product samples and complete supporting data reviewed at organization's manufacturing location.

SUBMISSION RESULTS
The results for dimensional measurements
material and functional tests
appearance criteriastatistical process package
Yes
These results meet all design record requirements: NO (If "NO" - Explanation Required)
Mold / Cavity / Production Process

DECLARATION
I affirm that the samples represented by this warrant are representative of our parts, which were made by a process that meets all
Production Part Approval Process Manual 4th Edition Requirements. I further affirm that these samples were produced at the production
rate of ____/____ hours. I also certify that documented evidence of such compliance is on file and available for your review. I have noted
any deviation from this declaration below.

EXPLANATION/COMMENTS:

Is each Customer Tool properly tagged and numbered? Yes No n/a


Organization Authorized Signature Date

Print Name Phone No. 555-555-5555 Fax No.


Title E-mail

FOR CUSTOMER USE ONLY (IF APPLICABLE)

PPAP Warrant Disposition: Approved Rejected Other


Customer Signature Date

Print Name Customer Tracking Number (optional)

March CFG-1001
2006