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Putting SPC to Work in Your Manufacturing Facility

Posted on Oct 6, 2020 3:42:34 PM

What Is Statistical Process Control?

Simply put, SPC uses statistical methods and sampling programs to help plant and operations managers understand and control variability in their manufacturing processes. Process variations are displayed in real-time charts and trigger alerts as processes begin to trend out of expected, standard limits. The main objective of statistical process control (SPC) is to better manage operations and reduce waste and the need for rework. Plant and Ops managers like SPC because it gives them the concrete information they need to stop a line and fix problems before they spin out of control.

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Topics: Productivity, SPC

How SPC Affects Quality in Manufacturing

Posted on Aug 5, 2020 7:22:04 AM

Statistical Process Control (SPC) is a type of quality control practice which uses statistical methods to monitor and control a process. It allows manufacturing facilities to observe and manage behaviors, uncover bottlenecks, and discover solutions for production problems.

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Topics: SPC

Food Producers Turn To SPC & OEE to Boost Profitability

Posted on Jun 3, 2020 2:47:33 PM

In challenging times, every little bit of continuous improvement adds to the bottom line. In 2020, we're seeing more and more F&B companies doubling down on data and leveraging SPC and OEE to boost margins and profits.

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Topics: OEE, SPC

Statistical Process Control: An Introduction Video for the Food, Beverage, and CPG Industries

Posted on May 27, 2020 8:30:00 AM

Originally developed by Bell Laboratories about a century ago, Statistical Process Control (SPC for short) is a quality control method which employs statistical methods that monitor and control a process to ensure it can meet specifications. We created a quick video for those in the food & beverage industry that want a high-level overview of SPC. In particular, it covers what SPC is, and how using specific metrics like Ppk, SPC, Cpk, Control Limits, Spec Limits, and Run Rules can help users understand and manage variability in a process.

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Topics: SPC

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