How To Save Time on Product Inspections [Simple Framework]
Have you designed a product, and specified many measurement points? Great. This will help the manufacturer ‘get it right’. However, should your inspectors spend hours checking all those points? Probably not.
Sampling Plan in Minitab: a Useful Hack To Cut Inspection Time
If you have a team of inspectors in Asia, I bet they follow common sampling statistics (what people call the ‘AQL tables’, coming from the ISO 2859-1 standard or MIL-STD 105E). And your suppliers are used to them too…
3 Common Issues with Quality Control Inspection Tools
Most inspectors go to factories with a digital camera and a laptop. They might also bring a measurement tape and a barcode scanner, but they rely on the factory to provide all the remaining equipment.
4 Reasons To Build a Strong Inspection Management System
QC inspections are simple, right? Counting products, looking for defects… it’s child’s game. Or is it?
Factory’s Cooperation with Inspectors: A New Supplier KPI?
Do your suppliers cause endless trouble in your organization? Suppliers are obviously a major source of quality issues. What people don’t always appreciate is the degree of interference a factory can introduce in qc inspections. Let’s look more closely at their impact and how supplier KPIs can help here…
4 Human Reasons Why Quality Inspections Let Defective Goods Pass
If you manage a team of QC inspectors in China, you were probably challenged: “Are they really useful?” At about 10,000 RMB each (including travel expenses, hardware…), does it make sense?