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TOPIC: Calculating Control limits in six sigma

Calculating Control limits in six sigma 4 months 3 weeks ago #8453

  • Satya Sitharam Nandiraju
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For 3 sigma...

UCL and LCL will be calculated as +_3*sd...in same way in 6 sigma do we calculate as UCL & LCL as +_6*sd...
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Calculating Control limits in six sigma 3 months 4 weeks ago #8660

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Hello,
Upper and Lower Control Limits are defined by +- 3 Sigma. Within a control chart you may add additonal lines by +-1 or +-2 Sigma.
In which context is your exact question?
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Calculating Control limits in six sigma 2 months 3 weeks ago #8974

  • Senthilkumar Pachai
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Hi Christian Winter,

My weak area question - control chart related questions. Can you advice me good source a web link to enlighten my understanding?
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