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Entering Checksheet Data

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Entering Checksheet Data

When a checksheet definition has been associated to a part that you are working on, the appropriate checksheets will be presented within the checksheets module on the Harmoni device:

In this particular example, I am clocked onto job #2431 which is for the part ‘ATLAS-SERIAL’. Within Harmoni portal we have defined a checksheet definition named ‘Voyager Series 3 Subassembly 14’ and linked it to this part. So that is why we see that listed on the top-most tab:

Note that if you were clocked onto multiple jobs concurrently and each had their own checksheet definitions, you would see tabs for each in this section.

Within the checksheet definition, we have only a single measure defined: ‘Inner Dimension On Feature A16’. This is what you are seeing for the second set of tabs here:

It is possible for a checksheet definition to define multiple measures. If this were the case, you would see additional tabs here.

Next notice the section to the right-hand side of the screen. This section provides you with details on how your measurements should be taken and the acceptable tolerances:

If a reference image was uploaded, a button below ‘Inspection Plan’ will be available. Tap this button to view the image:

Note if you need more room to see this image, you can tap the ‘Inspection Plan’ button to hide that information. Re-tap to view it again.

When you are ready to begin recording samples, press the ‘Add Sample’ button.

Then fill in the measurement and press ‘Add’:

You will now see the sample listed. The ‘Trend’ button will now also open allowing you to see how this sample aligns with the upper / lower control limits:

As additional samples are added by repeating this process, this chart will provide very helpful indicators of when you are trending out of tolerance:

Should any samples have been entered incorrectly, you can edit them using the ‘edit’ button next to the sample:

Or you may delete a sample entirely using the delete button next to the sample:

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