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QM- Defect Recording-number of defect????? can you explain with e.g

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QM- Defect Recording-number of defect????? can you explain with e.g..........While doing defect recording we come across number of defect field though i seen F1 description its not 100% clear to me.............can any body explain me by giving e.g.

Thanks in advance

Swanand

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    Posted on Aug 08, 2008 at 11:41 AM

    Its nothing but the No. of items in which you have found the defects for the particular Inspection Characteristic..

    Say Pack Height is your MIC, you have created a lot for 1000 Cases with a sample size of 50... for the sample of 50, you will be checking all the MIC's available for the material in the quality plan. and you may have found that Pack height for 20 Cases are defective, hence here the No.of defects will be 20

    Trust its clear now

    Thanks & Regards

    Merwyn

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 08:17 AM

    Hello Merwyn

    Thanks for giving answer with e.g.

    This is what i was thinking but i get confused when ..........while doing result recording i found field ' noconfirmance qty' i.e nothing but number of pieces nonconfirming/defective.............& again while doing defect recording at characterisitic level i found 'no.of defect'????????????

    i will close this query & award you points if you can clear ..........whether 'nonfirmance qty' (at the time of result recording) & 'number of defect' (at the time of defect recording) is same or different?????

    Thanks

    Swanand

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