• Product quality is produced, not inspected. Only in each link of the production process, in strict accordance with the requirements of the production process and operation instructions, can the product quality be guaranteed. However, the topic of “quality is produced or inspected” has always been the focus of debate in the business community: producers say that quality is inspected, and inspectors do not check the flow of inferior products into the market; The inspector said that quality is produced. If the producer do......

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  • Do you want to ensure the capability and reliability of suppliers before they are included in the supply chain? Factory audit (i.e. factory inspection) is one of the best ways to fully understand the supplier’s procurement and operation policies and ensure that they are consistent with your company’s brand image. The most suitable audit type for your company depends on the type of products or services you provide. In this article, we will introduce the six most common audit types and their benefits so that you can det......

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  • In order to ensure the quality of a batch of products, it is necessary to make judgments through sampling and testing of samples. Product quality inspection can generally be divided into 100% inspection and sampling inspection. What is 100% Inspection? 100% inspection is to inspect each unit of products in a batch of products submitted for inspection one by one, determine whether each unit of products is qualified or unqualified, and pick out unqualified products. 100% inspection is relative to the sample inspection. If there are too many problems in the sampling inspection report, th......

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  • Having a chain of suppliers capable of satisfying industrial demands with quality, and in accordance with the demands and standards of the QMS, ensures excellence in the products manufactured and customer satisfaction. Supplier quality auditing is the most effective tool to achieve this purpose. It is essential that all suppliers are qualified in accordance with the requirements of the Quality Inspection System, but also with the determinations and regulations that regulate the activities carried out by the organization. The quality audit of suppliers ensures that the supply chai......

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  • 3D laser scanning measurement technology overcomes the shortcomings of low efficiency, large information loss and difficult promotion of professionalism of traditional measurement technology. It can scan any object, quickly and efficiently convert the environmental information of the real world into easy to process data, and restore the real social environment to the greatest extent. It has the characteristics of rich information, intuitive and visual, easy to use and strong expansibility. Here’s everything about 3D laser scanner ......

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  • All companies, regardless of their size, have a certain number of suppliers, who must ensure the criteria of quality, food safety, and compliance with legislative aspects. Suppliers are responsible for supplying raw and auxiliary materials, directly influencing the quality and safety of the final product. For this reason, to ensure consumer safety and satisfaction, it is advisable to carry out a supplier audit. Auditing your suppliers before signing contracts will help you reduce risks and avoid possible quality problems. In this blog, you will be able to know how this type of audit pla......

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  • Quality control can be divided into in-process quality control (IPQC) and incoming quality control (IQC), in this article, we are going to focus on what is IPQC and what are the key points during IPQC inspection. What is In-Process Quality Control (IPQC)? IPQC (In-Process Quality Control) generally refers to the process patrol inspection, which means that in the process of product manufacturing, the patrol method is used to regularly check and confirm whether the process parameters, operation changes, and standards meet the requirements, record the detection status, and carry......

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  • Quality management generally includes three aspects: incoming material quality management, process quality management, and shipment quality management. Enterprises can control the quality from the above three aspects and find the best method. IQC is a solution for the company to deal with suppliers and a gateway to control the quality of suppliers. What is Incoming Quality Control? Incoming Quality Control (IQC) refers to the quality confirmation and verification of purchased raw materials, components or products, that is, when the supplier sends raw materials or components, t......

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