The following post is the sixth in a series of guest posts for GrabCAD. Manufacturing quality can only live up to the quality of the design. What you design is as good as the product will ever be. It’s relatively “easy” to make one widget but making 100K widgets that perform according to spec under a variety of real-world conditions?
That’s another story entirely.
Here are the areas that we focus on when it comes to quality testing:
Production Testing / Final Inspection:
The design has been verified and the purpose now is to ensure that it is built correctly.
So what are the actual things you’re testing for? Here are our recommendations:
Finally, it is critical that you use documentation control for all of your testing. So critical in fact that we’ll say it again: Documentation control. It’s important.
How it’s implemented:
Why it’s implemented:
Quality issues are the number one cause that can bankrupt a business. Taking the steps to implement proper testing with careful documentation will help you to avoid this less than fortunate outcome.
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