Parts are frequently rejected because receiving inspection used a different technique and/or instruments and came up with different results than the final inspection of the supplier. If the method of measuring and the exact bubbled location on the drawing are not identified together with the measurement retained, this process becomes just an elaborate go or no-go inspection that cannot be duplicated by the receiving inspection of the customer.
Determining which of your suppliers are capable of producing quality parts can be a mere guessing game. What if you had the opportunity to analyze real data to help you select the appropriate supplier? Read on to find out how you can select the right supplier every time and improve the quality of their products.
With the increased pressure to reduce costs, more components than ever are being outsourced to sub-tiers for manufacturing. Even for the smallest parts in a complex assembly, there is a need for greater supply chain visibility and enforcement of quality requirements through to the sub-tiers. Learn how you can gain supply chain visibility and improve the quality of manufacturing through these 7 ways.