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Centerlining Methodology

SKU: C-426Duration: 24 Minutes Certificate Included

PPV format perfect for individual users.

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Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 24 minutes

 Mobile Compatible

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages:

  • English

Centerlining is a methodology used to reduce product and process variability and increase machine efficiency in manufacturing and other industrial processes. The two objectives of Centerlining are to determine the best settings for a production process and to ensure the best settings are always used during production. This course illustrates the key concepts of Centerlining and will guide your production team to produce products that are consistently made, which leads to satisfied customers and lower costs.

At the end of this module, you will be able to:

  • Define centerlining
  • Describe the importance of having consistent products
  • Describe the importance of decreasing variation in a production process
  • Describe the importance of not adjusting a process that is running well
  • List some guidelines for adjusting machine settings
  • Describe the importance of machine maintenance

The following key questions are answered in this module:

What is centerlining?
Centerlining is a methodology used to reduce product and process variability and increase machine efficiency in manufacturing and other industrial processes. p>

What are the two objectives of cernterlining?
The tow objectives of centerlining are to determine the best settings for a production process, and to ensure the best settings are always used during production.

What is the ultimate result of centerlining?
Centerlining results in products that are consistently made, which leads to satisfied customers and lower costs.

What are the height restrictions for a free-standing scaffold?
The maximum allowable height of a free-standing scaffold is dependent on the width of the base; it cannot exceed four times its base width.

Why is it important to make a consistent product?
Producing consistent products is important because customers want to know what to expect from the products they purchase. Not only that but a company can minimize the amount of money needed to test every unit of product.

What are the four main steps to centerlining?
The four main steps are to find the important factors of a process, determine how the factors affect a product's quality, determine the best settings for all of the factors, and to ensure the best settings are always used.

Below is a transcript of the video sample provided for this module:

A thought experience popularized by Dr. W. Edwards Deming called the "Nelson Funnel" demonstrates the importance of not making adjustments to an in-control process. In the experiment, a funnel is positioned a few inches above a flat surface. There is a target directly under the funnel. One hundred marbles are dropped through the funnel to try to get as many marbles as possible on or near the target. When a marble is dropped through the funnel and lands on the surface, it will always roll an unknown distance in a random direction. If we leave the funnel completely still and don't adjust it at all, the resulting marble locations will be pretty widely distributed in a rough circle around the target.

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