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Bsop/326 Week 7 Fujiyama Electronics Case Study

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BSOP/326 Week 7 Fujiyama Electronics Case Study

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Fujiyama Electronics Case Study – Due Week 7
Objective | Project Deliverables | Grading Rubrics| Best Practices
Objective
This case study looks at the behavior of a circuit board process though the use of Control Charts. At least two Control Charts will need to be constructed, and from them you will be asked to provide an assessment of what you see. A template to facilitate the construction of the Control Charts has been provided. You are not required to use this template. A tutorial that outlines the steps for this case is located in Doc Sharing.
Problem Statement
Fujiyama Electronics, Inc. has had difficulties with circuit boards purchased from an outside supplier. Unacceptable variability occurs between two drilled holes that are supposed to be 5 cm apart on the circuit boards. Thirty samples of four boards each were taken from shipments from the supplier as shown in the data from the worksheet. Data in the worksheet below can also be assessed here.
Project Deliverables
The student will submit the completed case study in a Word document to their Dropbox by the end of class Week 7. The paper is worth 50 points.
The student will complete and/or answer the following questions.
Calculate X-Bar-Bar, R-Bar, and associated control limits using the data in the table above. Create X-Bar•R (Average & Range) Control Charts from the data in the table above. Discuss notable out-of-control conditions displayed in the completed X-Bar•R (Average & Range) Control Charts. Only consider points outside the control limits. Do not consider runs, set of points within certain zones, etc. If the conditions you note could be defined as assignable conditions and they are removed from the process, what will happen to the X-Bar•R Control Chart?
(a) Remove the data related...

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