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quality systems

SDRSpark

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when I was employed, (retired), I was pretty good as a quality engineer. I automated SPC
also made manual forms. Automated a measurement System analysis (MSA) , also known as a gauge R &R form.
Just yesterday a colleague a former plant manager of a paint manufacturing plant. asked me for a copy of my MSA spread sheet. incidentally I think he is also successful Aspie.

Any budding quality engineers on this site I would be happy to pass on any forms I have. Saves making your own.

I'm an engineering technician, not quality, but I have had a ton of interaction with quality over the years because of what I do. All the respect in the world. Quality engineering is super fascinating stuff.
 

Ronald Zeeman

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I was employed as a chemical engineering tecnologist, specializing in coating application systems, Quality engineering was just an add on for me. I happen to be exceptionally good at it.
 

Ronald Zeeman

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I'm an engineering technician, not quality, but I have had a ton of interaction with quality over the years because of what I do. All the respect in the world. Quality engineering is super fascinating stuff.
if you want to enhance your career, taking the quality courses would be an excellent add on. speaking from experience.
 

Ronald Zeeman

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Made this years ago, some may be interested. critical periods are the inflection points. My stroke happened on an inflection point.
 

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Ronald Zeeman

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Works great is seeing how my health is.
 

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Ronald Zeeman

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Had a good day on Stationary bike.
 

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Ronald Zeeman

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Just keeps improving, may bs in a few months will be back to level 7 pre-stroke.
 

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Ronald Zeeman

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Getting harder to get out of control, as I keep improving.
 

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Ronald Zeeman

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Just keep improving. moving target "out of control" just out of reach.
 

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Ronald Zeeman

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When I was working, I spent years putting together bits and pieces of a system for controlling quality for small businesses. The only thing holding me back was lack of familiarity with computers I would like to partner with a Aspie's like myself whom could put a package together pet project of mine. Small companies usually cannot afford, or know how to set up a proper quality system. For me it's about helping others, a labour of love so to speak. There is possible source of income or a way to monetize it for some on this site, but not my focus. I'm on side if anyone here is interested. I have the expertise and experience just missing the computer skills.
 
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Ronald Zeeman

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When I first took quality the number one rule was on SPC chats do not ever put spec limits on a control chart. let the data tell you what the control limits should be. When you read any medical text book, blood pressure is stated as a specification limit, Here Is a good example of how spec limits can be confusing.my own body dictates what the real control limits really should be based on the text book I should be on blood pressure meds. I am an individual
not a average of many other individuals.

This why I really enjoy working with quality, let the chart the the voice of the process. or in this case let my own body speak to me via the charts.
 

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