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Task-related software application training

Q-DAS provides specific software application training for different target groups based on Q-DAS software products. These training courses include classical hands-on seminars and the education of product experts, but also training for software administrators enabling them to maintain and manage Q-DAS software.
Q-DAS never stops enhancing their software products to best support users in their individual tasks. The software application training we offer perfectly suits specific tasks or user groups.

ADDITIONAL COURSES

Specialized courses are available upon request. Additional topics include for example: M-QIS Reporting System, Form Designer, Operator training and O-QIS CMM Reporting Configurations. Please do not hesitate to contact us!

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Location In House
Dates

8/9th January, 5/6th February, 12/13th February, 5/6th March, 10/11th April, 7/8th May, 4/5th June

This course will review fundamental statistics and introduce the user to unique aspects of the Q-DAS statistical philosophy. The user will learn various software options and how to use the software most efficiently. This will include creating new files and editing existing data. Viewing of basic graphics (such as value charts, histograms and control charts) and the production of printed reports shall also be demonstrated and practiced.  

COURSE CONTENTS:

DAY 1

  • Introduction
  • Initial Screens & Modules
  • User Administration
  • qs-STAT Overview
  • Data Formats
  • Individual Default Settings
  • Data Recording

DAY 2

  • Introduction to Graphical Analysis
  • Database Features
  • Worked Example
  • qs-STAT Sample Analysis
  • solara.MP Measurement System Analysis

 

TARGET GROUP:

qs-STAT Users who need basic knowledge for all functionalities

ORGANIZATIONAL NOTE:

Hard- and Software: The class is computer based training. A computer with the software installed is available for each participant at our facility in Rochester Hills, MI for the duration of the training.

Duration: 2 days. All courses start at 8:30 am, unless otherwise specified, and end at approx. 4 pm.

Scope and registration fee: Registration fees is 790 USD per person for the two day class in Rochester Hills, MI. Registration fees are due prior to the start of the course. Fees include course documentation and lunch. Please feel free to contact us a quotation for a training class to be held at your facility. 

Location In House
Dates

24th January, 20th March, 10/11th April, 21th May

This is a flexible course customized according to specific user application of qs-STAT. Topics will include basic database functionality, an introduction to the form designer, saving of quality control limits and other advanced qs-STAT features. The participants are encouraged to bring with them their own data and process information and use this to actively solve their current quality issues. A prerequisite for this course is prior attendance of the qs-STAT / solara.MP Basics class.

COURSE CONTENTS:

  • Recap of qs-STAT - Basics
  • Data from Files
  • Part Selection Database
  • Read from Database Options
  • Configuration of Evaluation
  • Advanced Graphical Options
  • Summary Graphics
  • Form Designer
  • Question & Answer Session

 

TARGET GROUP:

User and administrators of qs-STAT who need enhanced knowledge about the qs-STAT structure and its many configuration and application options.

ORGANIZATIONAL NOTE:

Hard- and Software: The class is computer based training. A computer with the software installed is available for each participant at our facility in Rochester Hills, MI for the duration of the training.

Duration: 1 days. All courses start at 8:30 am, unless otherwise specified, and end at approx. 4 pm.

Scope and registration fee: Registration fees is 395 USD per person per day in Rochester Hills, MI. Registration fees are due prior to the start of the course. Fees include course documentation and lunch. Please feel free to contact us a quotation for a training class to be held at your facility.

Location In House
Dates

23th January, 27th March, 16th May

This course includes a comprehensive overview of machine and gage acceptance procedures. Participants will examine the common practices in industry like the preferred methods of the “Big 3” auto makers. Detailed steps will be demonstrated showing how to perform Type, 1 Type 2, and Type 3 gage studies in solara.MP, as well as how to perform various targeting studies and machine capability studies in qs-STAT. A variety of examples for each study type will be provided.

COURSE CONTENTS:

  • Gage Capability
  • Definitions & Terminology
  • Type 1 Study
  • Type 2 Study
  • Type 3 Study
  • Student Exercises
  • Machine Acceptance
  • 1 & 5 Piece Targeting Study
  • Capability Study
  • Smaller Samples
  • Tool Wear Features
  • Tool Change Capability
  • Worked Example

 

TARGET GROUP:

Users from departments as purchasing, quality management, quality planning, measurement system administration, design, manufacturing, development and OEM equipment manufacturers.

 

ORGANIZATIONAL NOTE:

Hard- and Software: The class is computer based training. A computer with the software installed is available for each participant at our facility in Rochester Hills, MI for the duration of the training.

Duration: 1 days. All courses start at 8:30 am, unless otherwise specified, and end at approx. 4 pm.

Scope and registration fee: Registration fees is 395 USD per person per day in Rochester Hills, MI. Registration fees are due prior to the start of the course. Fees include course documentation and lunch. Please feel free to contact us a quotation for a training class to be held at your facility. 

Location In House
Dates

15/16th January, 13/14th March, 14/15th May

procella is the main Q-DAS shop-floor application for the collection of data and viewing process control charts. The normal use of procella in industry entails linking the data-entry PC to a gage system through an RS-232 interface and to qs-STAT through a database. This course will instruct the user on how best to configure this setup. qs-STAT can be used to define and set the evaluation that procella uses. This will be demonstrated as well.

COURSE CONTENTS:

  • procella Overview
  • Setting-up procella
  • Quick Start Button Bar
  • Program Start Settings
  • Default Window Layout
  • New Test Plans

 

TARGET GROUP:

procella users and administrators who need detailed knowledge about the procella structure and configuration options and / or have to pre-configure procella for the operators on the shop floor.

ORGANIZATIONAL NOTE:

Hard- and Software: The class is computer based training. A computer with the software installed is available for each participant at our facility in Rochester Hills, MI for the duration of the training.

Duration: 1.5 days. All courses start at 8:30 am, unless otherwise specified, and end at approx. 4 pm.

Scope and registration fee: Registration fees is 592.50 USD per person for the class in Rochester Hills, MI. Registration fees are due prior to the start of the course. Fees include course documentation and lunch. Please feel free to contact us a quotation for a training class to be held at your facility.

Location In House
Dates

20/21th February, 16/17th April, 19/20th June

This course provides the local system administrator with an understanding of all the elements of the Q-DAS core software applications, including M-QIS, O-QIS, qs-STAT and solara.MP. Topics will include installing the software, performing basic configurations, troubleshooting and maintaining the system.

COURSE CONTENTS:

  • Introduction
  • Upload Configuration
  • Q-DAS System Administration
  • Q-DAS Data Format & Catalog
  • O-QIS CMM Reporting
  • M-QIS Reporting System Introduction
  • Form Designer introduction

 

TARGET GROUP:

Q-DAS System Administrators. Advanced knowledge of function and using the Q-DAS products available in the plant are a pre-requisite to this class, as well as very good computer knowledge.

ORGANIZATIONAL NOTE:

Hard- and Software: The class is computer based training. A computer with the software installed is available for each participant at our facility in Rochester Hills, MI for the duration of the training.

Duration: 2 days. All courses start at 8:30 am, unless otherwise specified, and end at approx. 4 pm.

Scope and registration fee: Registration fees is 790 USD per person for the two days class in Rochester Hills, MI. Registration fees are due prior to the start of the course. Fees include course documentation and lunch. Please feel free to contact us a quotation for a training class to be held at your facility.