EVALUASI RANCANGAN SAMPLING PADA PROSES INSPEKSI BAHAN BAKU PERAKITAN ELEKTRONIK DI PT. GENTA SEMAR MANDIRI

Salwa, Amelia Kurnia (2020) EVALUASI RANCANGAN SAMPLING PADA PROSES INSPEKSI BAHAN BAKU PERAKITAN ELEKTRONIK DI PT. GENTA SEMAR MANDIRI. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

TV LED merupakan salah satu produk PT. Genta Semar Mandiri, bahan baku produk tersebut diantaranya diperoleh dari supplier domestik. Perusahaan melakukan proses inspeksi kualitas bahan baku TV LED pada tahap awal produksi menggunakan metode acceptance sampling untuk mencegah bahan baku yang tidak sesuai spesifikasi masuk kedalam lini produksi. Rancangan sampling yang digunakan oleh Perusahaan yaitu Military Standard 105E - level II dengan tipe peng-ambilan sampel tunggal. Dalam penelitian ini akan dilakukan per-bandingan rancangan sampling yang digunakan oleh perussahaan saat ini dengan usulan metode rancangan sampling lainnya yaitu MIL STD 105E-Double Sampling, Dodge-Romig dan Philips Standard Sampling System untuk mengetahui rancangan sampling yang paling tepat. Rancangan sampling yang tepat ditinjau dari bentuk Kurva OC, nilai risiko produsen ( α ) dan konsumen ( β ). Hasil evaluasi ini diharapkan dapat mengurangi kesalahan pengambilan keputusan pada pemeriksaan lot bahan baku di Perusahaan. Usulan yang disarankan adalah menggunakan rancangan sampling Philips SSS-Single Sampling dengan nilai IQL sebesar 0,25% untuk pemeriksaan kategori kerusakan critical (bahaya). Sedangkan untuk kategori kerusakan major (besar) serta minor (kecil) disarankan menggunakan Dodge Romig-Double Sampling dengan tingkat pemeriksaan LTPD masing-masing sebesar 5% dan 10%. Untuk pengambilan sampel satu kali disarankan menggunakan tingkat pemeriksaan kategori kerusakan critical (bahaya) sebagai acuan pengambilan sampel. ======================================================================================== LED TV is one of the products of PT. Genta Semar Mandiri, including the raw material for these products obtained from domestic suppliers. The company conducts an inspection process for the quality of LED TV raw materials in the early stages of production using an acceptance sampling method to prevent raw materials that do not meet the specifications entering the production line. The sampling design used by the company is Military Standard 105E-level II with a single sampling type. In this study a comparison of the sampling design used by the company today with the proposed other sampling design methods is MIL STD 105E-Double Sampling, Dodge-Romig and Philips Standard Sampling System to find out the most appropriate sampling design. The appropriate sampling design is viewed from the OC curve shape, producer risk value ( α ) and consumer ( β ). The results of this evaluation are expected to reduce decision making errors in the inspection of raw material lots in the company. The suggested proposal is to use a Philips SSS-Single Sampling sampling design with an IQL value of 0.25% for checking critical damage categories. Whereas for major and minor damage categories it is recommended to use Dodge Romig-Double Sampling with LTPD inspection rates of 5% and 10%, respectively. For one-time sampling it is recommended to use the level of inspection of critical damage categories as a reference for sampling.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSSt 519.86 Sal e-1 • Salwa, Amelia Kurnia
Uncontrolled Keywords: Acceptance Sampling, Dodge-Romig, Inspeksi Kualitas, Military Standard 105E, Philips SSS, Acceptance Sampling, Dodge-Romig, Military Standard 105E, Philips SSS, Quality Inspection
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor > HD28 Management. Industrial Management
Divisions: Faculty of Science and Data Analytics (SCIENTICS) > Statistics > 49201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: AMELIA KURNIA SALWA
Date Deposited: 25 Aug 2020 03:08
Last Modified: 05 Oct 2020 00:42
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/81062

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