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DPM, DPMO, or Cpk GOAL?
What is the difference between a goal of DPM, DPMO, and Cpk? My employer has a goal of 8,200 DPM and Cpk of 1.33 from our suppliers. Shouldn't the Cpk goal then
... has a goal of 8,200 DPM and Cpk of 1.33 from our suppliers. Shouldn't the Cpk goal then ...
http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ dpm-dpmo-or-cpk-goal/ 60k cache

Sigma vs Cpk
Hello, If someone says there process operates at 4 sigma, is that the same as having a Cpk of 1.33 since that means that both specs are least 4 sigma from the
... is that the same as having a Cpk of 1.33 since that means that both specs are least 4 sigma from th ...
http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ sigma-vs-cpk/ 63k cache

sometimes Cpk=Cp?
  When Cp= 1 ,is our sigma equals to 3.0 ? This site confuses me about the Cpk and Cp http://www.sixsigmaspc.com/six_sigma_spc_cpk_vs_ppm.html Most
... process to be one that has a Cpk of 1.33 or better, and a process operating between 1.0 and 1.33 is ...
http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ sometimes-cpkcp/ 66k cache

Product Performance vs. Specification
Like everyone else, our Customers have set specifications for product performance.  Lately, one specification has received more attention as they are now
... are now asking to move to a Cpk of 1.33 or better.  They are willing to live with a Cpk of 1.0 as ...
http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ product-performance-vs-specification/ 66k cache

Setting an economical UCL/LCL
As our processes become more robust, contol lmits adjust to the smaller variation. Focusing on out of contol conditions in a process that has a control range of
... fotr better control than a Cpk of 1.33. I am providing Cpk up to 4.0. Investigating and correctin ...
http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ setting-an-economical-ucllcl/ 64k cache

CPk value in healthcare
I've heard that as a guideline in manufacturing, cpk=1.33 is regarded as a benchmark/rule of thumb for capable processes. Is there any such rule of
... are below a process sigma of 4 (Cpk of 1.33). Surgeries are probably of higher process capability. ...
http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ cpk-value-in-healthcare/ 62k cache

Cpk in Six Sigma POV
Can anybody explain Cpk (Process Capability) from Sig Sigma POV? The standard value for Cpk is 1.33. What does it mean. Does it relates to the amount of defect
... Reputation - 0 Rank - Aluminum Cpk of 1.33 is saying that a process is capable to produce 3.4 defec ...
http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ cpk-in-six-sigma-pov/ 63k cache

Machine capability
As a result of a Six Sigma project a machine needs to be purchased.  It is standard practices to do a SPC acceptance test that will meet 6 sigma variation (+/-
... lead to a Ppk of 1.33 and a Cpk of 1.33 too. Note that fitting the tolerance width to +/-3 sigma (a ...
http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ machine-capability-86/ 69k cache

GRR % or contribution
I'm confuse with the minitab result column % of contribution how do i understand this in a practical way and what is the criteria to accept/reject the GR&R
... and variation. with cp&cpk of 1.33 how do I understand which reading out of this process might ...
http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ grr-or-contribution/ 62k cache

industry standards for Cp and Cpk
Hello, I'm looking to see if there are industry stanrards for Cp.  I know that 1.33 is used for Cpk, but I have not found anything for Cp.   Any
... The original post was with a Cpk of 1.33 and this guy is ok with a Cp of 1.0. I would really like t ...
http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ industry-standards-for-cp-and-cpk/ 95k cache


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