How Gage Studies Can Get it Wrong

A gage study involves real measurements of a calibrated reference, so many people feel it is a completely reliable metric for instrument capability. However, in this article, I use real examples to show how a gage study can get things wrong and how uncertainty evaluation can give a better understanding of variation and bias in a measurement process. Read the full article published on engineering.com…

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