Evaluate minimum capability requirement, Applied Statistics

You are currently working with a supplier who is producing a shaft whose diameter specification is 6.00 ± .003 inches.  Currently, the process is yielding shafts with mean diameter of 5.999 inches and a standard deviation of .00075 inches.  Is this supplier currently meeting, or capable of meeting, a minimum capability requirement of 1.33?

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