February 24, 2015 By admin
Topic: Too Lean?
Listen to what happens when a simple attempt to implement SPC unearths some disturbing quality and process design flaws. Everything from gage choice and usage, process flow, machine location, material temperature control and incorrect specification all come together to create a whirlwind of chaos. This is a real case study, scrubbed to protect the victim. See how a few useful tools sort out the mess. But can it be totally fixed? Find out!
Presenter: Bob Doering has been in the quality field for over 16 years. Bob is currently a quality engineer for an automotive component manufacturing firm. He has industrial experience for over 34 years, many of which were in precision machining of automotive and medical components. He is an adjunct instructor at Lorain County Community College in Engineering Technology and Enrollment Services departments, and has lectured classes in Metrology and Quality Management. He holds associates degrees from Lorain County Community College of Elyria, Ohio and The University of Akron of Akron, Ohio; BA in Business and MBA in Systems Management from Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio. He holds CMI (ASQ), and formerly CMQ/OE, CQE, CQA, certifications. He has implemented the CorrectSPC concepts in precision machining for over 10 years with significant success.
Room: UIndy Hall B
Schwitzer Student Center
University of Indianapolis
1400 Hannah Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
5:30 PM Check In
6:00 PM Announcements/Dinner
7:00 PM Speaker
8:00 PM Meeting End
Fee: $12.00 Prepaid / $15.00 at Door CASH/CHECK
Food: Dinner is served buffet style with vegetarian and fresh fruits/salads available.
Parking: Parking restrictions in student lots are enforced from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM during academic year. If an area is not marked as a parking stall, it is not intended for parking.
The mission of the Indianapolis Section of the ASQ is to promote the ultimate success of the quality profession through a participative environment built around networking opportunities, skill development, training and outreach to meet the current and future needs of our members, community, state and national association.