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Question about MSA Implement

The requirement from IATF, clause 7.1.5.1.1 Measurement systems analysis.
As my understanding, the MSA are including methods: Bias, Linearity, Stability, Gage R&R, Attribute. So, do we have to implement all methods for 1 measurement device or just 1 of them is enough to meet IATF?
Please advise and correct me.

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Fırat İnceli Nov 22, 2022

As you mentioned, there are different MSA methods. Different MSA applications can be made according to the type of measuring instrument and measuring method. In this regard, the customer's specific requirement is also important.

For example, a GRR study may be required after a Type 1 study (example bias). 

Details on this subject are also given in the MSA training, I recommend you to take training on this subject.

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Mark Pham Nov 27, 2022

Thanks for your advices.

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Mark Pham Dec 12, 2022

Hi.

I still have 1 concern about the MSA.

If our measurement device have a multi functions of measurement. Example LCR meter that used to measure the Resistance, Capacitance and Inductance of the Electronics components.

So, do we have to do MSA for all function of the equipement? Please advise.

 

Best regards

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Fırat İnceli Dec 13, 2022

As mentioned earlier, measuring instruments can measure more than one feature. If these 3 different features you mentioned are important for product suitability, that is, product characteristics that need to be measured; It is preferred that the MSA study be performed for each measurement feature.

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