American Society for Quality
October 2004 Membership Meeting
Wednesday, October 20, 2004
About the Program:
What does it measure?
Know the (un)certainty within your CMM using a $10 calculator…By Richard Clark
Know the uncertainty: Not an oxymoron
Why we need it (in the real world)
True value? Unknown and unknowable
Sigma and the Histogram
A sample of "honest" data
Standard deviation of the standard deviation
Know what is Trump
Evaluating the CMM measurement
Plan Do Check Action
Example case studies
Exposing the myth of "True" Position
The great circle controversy
Algorithms: What you can’t afford not to know about your software
About our Speaker:
Richard Clark has worked in the field of precision measurement and calibration for nearly a decade. He has designed and implemented industrial measurement control and assurance systems for ISO-9000, QS-9000, and TS-16949 facilities. He also works (in a consulting format) as a CMM Software trainer for CMM Technology, Inc.
About the Speaker: Michael
L. McDonald started his company, Michael L. McDonald & Associates,
Incorporated, located in Anderson, in 2000, to offer statistical training and
continuing support to companies in East Central Indiana. See
www.MLMcData.com for details on his next 2-Day SPC Class, or contact him for
training or quality improvement support for your company. Mike, a
Registered Professional Engineer and a Certified Quality Engineer, is an
enthusiastic trainer and champion in quality improvement and application.
Post Meeting Follow-up:
32 Quality Professionals attend our October Meeting. Rhonda Goss presented a summary report of the 2003-2004 Section year. Chuck Darger reviewed the 2004-2005 SMP process. Brent Haworth won the "CQM Training CD doorprize.
Richard Clark presented an enthusiastic program. For those of you that didn't take notes, his presentation is hot-linked.