Our CEO Renaud Anjoran, joined by Adrian from the team, explores receiving quality inspections on incoming parts and materials used to manufacture your products.
Consider what would happen if the inputs (components and materials) being used by your manufacturer are not OK? Even if the manufacturer does a great job, you will probably still end up with products with quality and reliability problems.
By doing a receiving quality inspection before parts or materials get to the assembly line we reduce risks by a great deal.
Keep listening to understand what the inspection is and how to set it up…
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- 00:00 – Greetings and introduction.
- 01:02 – Covid in China.
- 06:28 – What is a receiving quality inspection?
- 14:11 – Benefits a receiving inspection provides.
- 16:16 – Some observations about why receiving inspections are needed.
- 19:22 – How a receiving inspection is made up (5 parts).
- 21:55 – 1. How to define receiving inspection requirements?
- 23:59 – 2. How to focus on the most important criteria (most critical parts and the highest risk)?
- 26:39 – 3. What incoming inspection procedure to follow?
- 31:13 – 4. How to report the findings?
- 33:08 – 5. How to drive improvement in the supplier base?
- 35:41 – Wrapping up.
- Product Inspection Solutions In China & Asia (from Sofeast)
- How A Material Review Board (MRB) Works & Why YOUR Factory Needs One
- How to set up a Receiving Inspection: Checklist, Procedure, Reporting form
- Use a Corrective Action Plan after a Failed Inspection
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