Inspection

Inspection - Visual review or examination of appearance and...

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Visual review or examination of appearance and workmanship as compared to standards or specifications May also include measurement of dimensions
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Stages of Inspection Quality Assurance suggests inspection throughout production process Material - at arrival best, but some do on spreading fabric. Incoming – assembled components or trims from subcontractors In-process – many times during production Product inspection Pilot lot or first piece Shipment or packed product inspection or audit
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Advantages to in-process  inspection Allows work to be redone before it is too late Allows process improvement 100% items can be checked Greater cost than random sampling Less chance of flaws
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Conformance Item being inspected meets specifications Non-conforming Some can be corrected Some are sold “as is” as seconds or irregulars Non-conforming goods Caused by misinterpretation of specifications Poorly trained operators Poorly maintained machines Incorrect machine settings
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