Higher Precision will be closed 7/3 in observance of the 4th of July Holiday. Details
We have updated our website to better serve you

Find what you need faster and understand the precision measurement industry better on HigherPrecision.com. We have added to our website 600-800 new products each week, a comprehensive resource center, and an instant request a quote feature.

A global distributor of precision measurement tools

FAQs

What is repeatability and how is it measured in a gage R & R study?

The repeatability measured by a gage R & R study refers to the variability in measurement which results when one individual measures one part using one gage. In other words, when one operator measures one part using one gage again and again, the resulting changes in measurement are due to an error that is occurring within the equipment. While infinitesimal repeatability issues are going to be expected, a gage R & R study can root out more serious inconsistencies. Testing repeatability is an important part of gage R & R studies, and it is what tells you that your gage is imprecise and requires attention.

Back to all FAQs
Live Chat
Cart Summary
Close