An engineer wants to assess the linearity and bias of a measurement gage that is used to measure inner diameters of bearings. The engineer chooses five parts that represent the expected range of measurements. Each part was measured by layout inspection to determine its master measurement, and then one operator randomly measured each part 12 times. The engineer performed a crossed gage R&R study previously, using the ANOVA method, and determined that the total study variation is 16.5368.
You can use this data to demonstrate Gage Linearity and Bias Study.
|Part||The part identifier: 1 to 10|
|Master||The known standard measurement|
|Response||The measured diameter of each part|