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Hello Engineers, I recently joined a company where they dont have their own manufacturing plant. Our products are manufactured at different vendors and are directly shipped to customers. No inspection or quality check is done from our side. My role is to now set up some quality process in our company. I need help to prepare some kind of checklist/dimension inspection report for vendors to submit to assure their quality.

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Starting first has to be done by you only 

You should come up - This I have done .... what else can be done.....

Suggestion is you can from the past - what has been the quality issues, list them out and then start working on it...

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Hi Folks,

4. There are many inspection method and every organization should have own method of inspecting the components. Here some points to you. There are three types of checklist which is primary level of quality process

A. General dimensional checklist

B. Process control checklist

C. Statistical Process control chart (Sigma, 3Sigma & 6Sigma) 

1. If manufactured parts are mass production , You will capture all general dimensions in checklist.

2. If parts have any critical dimensions, Please use SPC - Statistical Process control chart

3. Prepare checklist for FFF (Form, Fit, Function) dimensions and get the inspection report from vendor and share to your customer and keep it as record.

4. Here some common inspection method. 1. Visual Inspection method or Visual magnification method, 2. by using gauges

                                                 3. For GD&T, use Co-ordinate Measurement method 4. By using Fixture.

Thanks,

Balachandran M.

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On 6/26/2022 at 2:34 AM, Balachandran M said:

Hi Folks,

4. There are many inspection method and every organization should have own method of inspecting the components. Here some points to you. There are three types of checklist which is primary level of quality process

A. General dimensional checklist

B. Process control checklist

C. Statistical Process control chart (Sigma, 3Sigma & 6Sigma) 

1. If manufactured parts are mass production , You will capture all general dimensions in checklist.

2. If parts have any critical dimensions, Please use SPC - Statistical Process control chart

3. Prepare checklist for FFF (Form, Fit, Function) dimensions and get the inspection report from vendor and share to your customer and keep it as record.

4. Here some common inspection method. 1. Visual Inspection method or Visual magnification method, 2. by using gauges

                                                 3. For GD&T, use Co-ordinate Measurement method 4. By using Fixture.

Thanks,

Balachandran M.

A mold could also be used to mount the manufactured pieces within, ensuring that the dimensions are relatively similar 

 

Greetings

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Quality check is an essential step in the manufacturing process of any product. It helps to ensure that the final product meets all necessary specifications and that deviations from these parameters do not go undetected. There are a variety of quality control methods that can be used depending on the type of product being manufactured, but some common ones include visual inspection, chemical testing, and physical measurements.

Depending on the severity of violations detected during quality control, corrective action may need to be taken such as recalls or alterations to production procedures. Ultimately, it is important for companies to have a rigorous quality control system in place so that they can remain competitive and meet customer demands reliably.

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