Process Capability Analysis


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Capability analysis is a computational method for comparing the output of a manufacturing process to its engineered specification limits. “Process Capability Analysis” starts at the beginning of how manufacturing processes are developed and analyzed.

What you’ll learn

  • Basic Concepts of Process capability – Cp, Cpk, Pp,Ppk, Cpm, Z Scores, USL, LSL
  • Step by Step Process to conduct study – Analysis in MS-Excel & Minitab
  • Process Capability Concepts – Normality, Stability, Six Pack Analysis, Long Term Vs Short Term, Observed, Expected, Overall, Within, Z Bench
  • Data Transformation Techniques – Box-Cox and Johnson Transformation, Hypertuning Lambda
  • Decisioning which Process Capability Study to perform for all practical challenging situations – Normal, Weibull, Binomial
  • Lot of Practice Files and Practical Improvement Strategies/Tips


  • Minitab (Trial Access)

Who this course is for:

  • Process Engineers & Manufacturing Managers
  • Quality Engineers
  • Supply Chain Managers
  • Business Excellence and Process Improvement Professionals across sectors
Also, if you are studying for your ASQ CQE, CQT or CQIA exams, this is essential material.