In my previous articles, I explained the fundamentals of uncertainty evaluation and gage studies. I suggested that uncertainty evaluation is a more rigorous approach, but what does that mean in practical terms?
A gage study involves real measurements of a calibrated reference, so isn’t that a fairly definitive test?
Well, in this article I’m going to show you, with some real examples, how a gage study can get things wrong and how uncertainty evaluation can give a better understand…
Source URL: How Gage Studies Can Get it Wrong
Source Website: Advance Engineering – Engineering.com