The above charts show that both processes are showing highly varied results. The standard of deviation from the mean shows that the standard materials process is more evenly distributed as in comparison to the newer material whose initial results were quite varying in nature.
From what I can conclude from the above graphs is that the standard material process is showing lesser variation than the newer material production process which is showing sharp rises and falls in the variation from the upper and lower limits. The newer material production process has even crossed, in certain cases, the upper control limit while the standard material production process has pretty much stuck close to the mean showing that it is more or less falling a certain trend. The standard material production process is following a certain standard while the newer material production process is showing levels of irregularity. The newer material production process is showing greater breakages while the standard material production process is showing fewer breakdowns. The upper control limit and the lower control limit were defined in order to see the extent to which the breakdowns and the negative consequences were taking place in the production processes.