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# Candy Capability - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Candy Capability. Dr. Ron Tibben-Lembke. Lotta Candy. Packaged Goods. What are the Tolerance Levels? What we have to do to measure capability? What are the sources of variability?. Production Process. Make Candy. Make Candy. Make Candy. Mix. Package. Put in big bags. Make Candy.

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### Candy Capability

Dr. Ron Tibben-Lembke

• What are the Tolerance Levels?

• What we have to do to measure capability?

• What are the sources of variability?

Make Candy

Make Candy

Make Candy

Mix

Package

Put in big bags

Make Candy

Mix %

Wrong wt.

Wrong wt.

Make Candy

Make Candy

Candy irregularity

• Candy Manufacturing:

• Are M&Ms uniform size & weight?

• Should be easier with plain than peanut

• Percentage of broken items (probably from printing)

• Mixing:

• Is proper color mix in each bag?

• Individual packages:

• Are same # put in each package?

• Is same weight put in each package?

• Large bags:

• Are same number of packages put in each bag?

• Is same weight put in each bag?

• Write down package #

• Weigh package and candies, all together, in grams and ounces

• Write down weights on form

• Optional:

• Open package, count total # candies

• Count # of each color

• Write down

• Eat candies

• Turn in form and empty complete wrappers for weighing

website

• Brown 17.7% 20%

• Yellow 8.2% 20%

• Red 9.5% 20%

• Blue 15.4% 20%

• Orange 26.4% 10%

• Green 22.7% 10%

Class website

• Brown 12.1% 30%

• Yellow 14.7% 20%

• Red 11.4% 20%

• Blue 19.5% 10%

• Orange 21.2% 10%

• Green 21.2% 10%

• Dept. of Commerce

• National Institutes of Standards & Technology

• NIST Handbook 133

• Fair Packaging and Labeling Act

• “Not Labeled for Individual Retail Sale”

• If individual is 18g

• MAV is 10% = 1.8g

• Nothing can be below 18g – 1.8g = 16.2g