Gage R&R

What we make, when you get right down to it, is numbers. If those numbers aren’t valid and reliable, they aren’t worth a nickel to anybody.

No inspection lab can produce good numbers without understanding, quantifying, and diligently minimizing measurement uncertainty. This is where a Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility study comes into play.

At AIS, we want to help you to determine whether your measurement system can differentiate between the units it is measuring. Anything can affect its ability to measure. You want to know if your measurement tool is working or if the person using the tool is operating it correctly. A Gage R&R can help you figure out these issues.

To ensure the validity of our numbers, we use traditional Gage Reproduction and Reproducibility (GR&R) studies, establish uncertainty budgets for every measurement system in the lab, and can perform uncertainty analysis for each measured feature.

Every measurement problem is unique; we work with our customers to tailor a measurement plan for every job that comes through the door.

Gage R&R (Repeatability and Reproducibility)Performing a successful GR&R depends on several interrelated variables:

  • Measuring Equipment
  • Test Method
  • Operators
  • Specification
  • Parts
  • Repeatability
  • Reproducibility

In every Gage R&R study, AIS wants you to become aware of how well you can measure your parts. Having this awareness, will give you substantial financial benefits.

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