Gage R&R Training in Oklahoma

Gage R&R Training
Gage R&R training is the standard Black Belt level measurement system analysis tool. Oklahoma is tied for #2 with Arkansas and Louisiana as a state recommended for Gage R&R Training because it's close to HQ, inexpensive, has cool alabaster caverns and hundreds of lakes!
Price $299
Duration 1 day
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About Gage R&R Training

Gage R&R training is the standard Black Belt level measurement system analysis tool. Oklahoma is tied for #2 with Arkansas and Louisiana as a state recommended for Gage R&R Training because it's close to HQ, inexpensive, has cool alabaster caverns and hundreds of lakes!

R&R stand for repeatability and reproducability; basically making sure measurement systems are valid beyond what can be detected through simple calibration. All calibration finds is bias away from a standard; it's not enough. Never assume your gage is good just because it's calibrated. We've seen companies waste 5-digit figures on incapable gages, and 6-digit figures scrapping good parts because of too much error in their measurement system. Remember, a measurement system includes its user and the process of using the gage. This is often where excessive error resides.

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Charles Haymaker
Charles Haymaker
Vice President
International Transport


I had the privilege of working with our Master Black Belt when he spearheaded the Six Sigma transformation within our company. The "do-as-I-do" disciplined style of his direction resonated within our entire organization. This was during a period of escalated growth and the management struggles that often accompany. Through his steady and focused approach, he brought structure to the craziness, garnered buy-in at all levels, and was quickly recognized as the guru. This was several years ago and now as a leader in an unrelated industry, I still find myself looking back on many of the concepts and methods we discussed. You may remember that one great teacher you had when you were in school, or a mentor you still think about today? He is one of those kind of special people who one is fortunate to know.