Gage R&R Analysis

Do You Need a Gage R&R or MSA Analysis?

Do you need to perform a Gage R&R to find out how much of your process variation is due to the gage or measurement system?

Do any operators get a significantly different average?

Do any operators have more variation in their results than the others?

What do I do about a Gage R&R if my test is a destructive test?

How do the operators compare with pass/fail measurements?

Want to analyze the Gage R&R results using Dr. Wheeler's "EMP" method?

The Gage R&R analysis in the SPC for Excel software answers these questions and much more!

Watch a Quick Video Highlighting Our Gage R&R Features

Why Use MSA/Gage R&R Analysis in SPC for Excel?

We understand how important it is to have measurement systems that are accurate and precise – measurement systems you can trust. SPC for Excel’s Gage R&R analysis helps you know exactly what your measurement system is capable of – and what it is not capable of. There are 10 techniques included:

EMP Studies: Consistency Study, Short EMP study, Basic EMP Study

Gage R&R studies: ANOVA Gage R&R, Average/Range Method, Nested Gage R&R, Type 1 Gage Study and Attribute Gage R&R

Equivalency of Instruments

Linearity and Bias Study


From Our Satisfied Customers

"I recently purchased Gage R&R and am extraordinarily pleased with it. I have been tasked with resuscitating our MSA program here and had thought that our gage management software's GR&R feature would do the trick. I was concerned when an auditor pointed out some questionable math in software. Re-running past studies through your Excel add-in software gave me the results based on math from Measurement Systems Analysis from AIAG... results that differed from the other software. These results are the true reflection of our systems and I am pleased with the ease-of-use your software provides. Thank you again for a great product."
Kevin Woolsey
Quality Supervisor

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