QC-CALC Real-Time is used to collect and display measurement results from all CMMs, Vision Systems, and any computer driven inspection device. You can create reports and export data to spreadsheets, databases, and other SPC programs. This means you can transfer data from all of your measurement devices to one SPC package!
The seamless integration with automated gages is the cornerstone of QC-CALC Real-Time. Prolink's relationships with the equipment suppliers enable them to understand how their gage operates and to automate reading its output. Prolink has eliminated any effort on your part to read the data directly into QC-CALC so you have absolutely nothing to do but watch the graphs plot.
No Programming Required!
Key Benefits include...
The plots are interactive and can be interrogated for information and statistics using the mouse to target specific or multiple points.
The process can be monitored and reports automatically triggered as trends in the data occur. Operators can then be forced to assign causes and corrective actions.
Calculations are updated in the Quick Stats panel instantly as points are highlighted and as the mouse moves from plot to plot.
Data can be exported either manually or automatically by part interval to over 40 different output formats.
Reports can be printed either manually or automatically by part interval or by exception event. Reports can be printed to the printer, preview, or any of several output file formats such as pdf. Reports can also be easily attached to emails allowing QC-CALC to notify the appropriate personnel when the process moves outside control, specification, or configurable limits.
In addition to data collected from automatic inspection equipment, QC-CALC can prompt inspectors for additional measurements or trace data not available from the gage.
Indicate assignable cause variance and / or corrective actions by right-clicking on the plots and assigning to the part or point.
Quickly display and report on the data needed at the moment. Dynamic record filtering allows the filter to change automatically based on the part or user input just received.
Inspection data is useless without first proving the reliability of the measurement system being used. A Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility (GR&R) study doesn't have to be a painful process. QC-CALC's Gage R&R Wizard guides users through the setup process, warns of potential problems, and analyzes the results via customizable reports.
Reduce on-screen clutter to quickly identify only the most critical features.
A maximum of 60 additional trace fields can be captured in addition to the measurement data. This allows for more granular filtering when problems occur.
The control of inspection information as it applies to the medical industry is defined by FDA title 21 Code of Federal Regulations (21 CFR Part 11). QC-CALC's data collection, storage, and reporting adhere to this important standard. This option can be disabled for industries not requiring such strict control.
For data collection with hand tools, you will want to use QC-CALC GageStation.