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99% good
what sixma level is 99% good? what is 3.8 sigma as a percentage? Can anybody help, Kind Regards   NL
... level is 99% good? what is 3.8 sigma as a percentage? Can anybody help, Kind Regards   NL ...
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Number of deaths for 3.8 and six sigma process.
Can anybody help me. 1.What is number of deaths in a 3.8 sigma process and what is the number of deaths in 6 sigma process 2.What is the number of plane crash
... 1.What is number of deaths in a 3.8 sigma process and what is the number of deaths in 6 sigma proce ...
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Short and Long landings?
How to calculate the short  and long landings for the following Sigmas? (what is meant by Short or long landing?) 3.8 sigma:2 short or long landings daily 6
... by Short or long landing?) 3.8 sigma:2 short or long landings daily 6 ...
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Question for Calculation
Dear all,   I had a question would want to ask for your comments.  Actually, i observe that some books mentioned that the statistics was 99% for 3.8
... the statistics was 99% for 3.8 sigma applied and 99.999966% for 6 sigma applied. Actually where i ...
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Pre-Control Calculations
Suppose I have a Cp=1.33 and Cpk = 0.8, how do I calculate the expected % of data points in the green, yellow and red zones? Can someone please include the
... µ=0.8*3*sigma+LSL=2.4*sigma+LSL, LSL=µ-2.4*sigma   Starting from the lower values, you have the ...
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Calculating zones using Cp and Cpk values
With a Cp of 1.33 and a Cpk of .89, I get the following probabilities for a process P(red zone) = .35% P(yellow zone) = 23.09% P(green zone) =  75.75% I
... D=LSL+3*T/4=(µ-2.7*sigma)+3*(8*sigma)/4=µ+3.3*sigma E=LSL+4*T/4=(µ-2.4*sigma)+4*(8*sigma)/4=µ+5 ...
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Six Sigma Opportunity Counting
The sigma metric in Six Sigma is based on an accurate counting of opportunities. Mikel Harry states in one of his books that if we do not measure (test or
... PPM, we’re still in the 3.8 sigma range that is more typical of the “average” com ...
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Sample size sigma level for zero defect
I want to install a damper in an existing  coloumn system & want it's operation to be 100% defect free. How do I calculate the sigma level required & sample
... 1% defect rate or 10,000 DPM or 3.8 sigma process performance. Would it be better to sample 1000 un ...
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1.5 sigma shift
  It is very interesting and enlightening to read all of the fine debate (both positive and negative) surrounding the 1.5 sigma shift, as such discussion well
... have taken a 2.3 sigma to a 3.8 sigma over time.  However, it seems more likely that the shift wil ...
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ISO 9001 and Six Sigma
My company is ISO certified and is also deploying Six Sigma.  Both programs appear to be struggling - limited engagement with SS and the minimal number of
... for requiring the use of Six Sigma 8.5.3. “The organization shall determine action to elimina ...
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