In this modern era, technology plays an indispensable role in every sector. Commercialization has grown rapidly. With the help of modern gadgets such as digital vernier caliper, micrometer we can check the exact whether the product is as per the drawings or not. On the other hand, there are a lot of chances of failure during the inspection of the products. for example:-
a. Lack of performance
b. Measurable benefits
c. Inadequate management support
d. Improper planning design
g. Over-commit & under-deliver
I partially agree with this statement, but some preventive measure can be taken to stop these mistakes which will be enlisted in the subsequent paragraphs.
To embark with, we have now entered an age of globalization. Everyone is looking forward for the best quality product at the minimal cost, but to get the product ready for use have to face a lot of challenges such as drawing/sample- dimensions as well as tolerances. Take an instance, the clients only give the samples just for references. Hence before start work on the product, we have to create the drawing file first with the general tolerances. Nevertheless, needs approval from the client before production because Ultimately, a result of “fail” means there was a serious issue found with the product(s), or that based on the sample size inspected, the defects found exceeded the tolerance for AQL ( Acceptable Quality Limits). Sometimes failure is caused by insignificant defects which may be acceptable to you. But other times, there are key issues that point to components which must be reworked. Apart from that, there would be the possibility of an error in communication. For instance, modification required in the product or any other parameters and if the Quality Inspector miss it could be a colossal loss to both parties.
Extended further, Provide clear feedback to both supplier and QC (Quality Control) Provider. So that they should be able to advise corrective action to address the defects or other issues that were found during the inspection of the product. The first step is to define clear quality standards for resolving issues in future orders. Sometimes, in most of the cases, a fail result may have been caused because of too many minor defects such as small scratches or other, perhaps insignificant, visual defects. In this case, the client may decide to accept the order and ask the factory for their corrective action plan.
However, sometimes there are key defects, which are unacceptable to the client, such as defects like these need to be reworked, if possible, before order ships. In such circumstances, an inspection of the product is required to sure that the factory will carry out the appropriate product before shipping. https://ncgcorporate.com
A re-inspection of the product by your QIS partner is the only way to ensure that the defects found during the initial inspection of the product were fixed or mitigated to an acceptable standard.
In conclusion, some stringent action can help to occur such kind of problems such as, ask for the application from the client so that QCS can check all the critical points. Moreover, create a checklist at the final stage for proper checking of finish, packaging, stickers, marking, pallet size.