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Re Inspection Scenario

Dear All,

I have a query.This is a scenario which many would have come across.I have GR inspecton with production wherein i do lot sampling like for example 1 sample per 50 tons.So in my scenario there 10 pipes produced which is equal to 50 tons.

There will be 1 Batch and 1Inspection lots accordingly.My problem in this is

If the first sample is rejected then they do re inspection and they take another sample.How to cover this scenario.In this case the sample size is also increased to 2.but my inspection lot have already calculated sample size from inspection plan which is one sample and there is no option of creating a child lot

Also system will allow only to enter one result only since sample size is one.how to cover this??Any valuable inputs will be rewarded

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2010 at 11:51 AM

    Explore Concept of "Multiple Sampling" this will precisely help you.

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      I have gone through Multiple Sampling.I couldn nderstand the concept fully.Anyways i would like to tell the requirement exactly and probably you could help me in telling whether its possble in standard SAP.

      Lets take for example 20 Pipes have been produced.So when Production does GR they create individual Batches for each pipe and hence i get 20 inspection lots also.Now physically these 20 pipes are produced from the One Heat (Cast) of Raw Material (I Hope you could understand heat) so when they do inspection of pipes for chemical analysis they take only one sample of 20 pipes.

      If that sample is accepted then they pass the 20 pipes also.But if it is rejected then they take 2 more samples from another 2 pipes.Suppose that 2 samples are accepted then they clear all 20 pipes.But again if that 2 samples are rejected they again go re inspection of the all the pipes individually.So in the natural case can this scenario be mapped in Standard SAP with multiple sample or some logic.

      Could you all provide some light to this if at all this has to go through a development.

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2010 at 07:32 PM

    JR,

    Use Multi sampling suggested by Sujit as well. Samples should be defined in Sampling schema. It works exactly the way you want.

    Mahee

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2010 at 11:21 AM

    Try using 100% sample size. This will be more flexible to handle ins auch case.

    And if required you can use inspection points as well.

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2010 at 12:44 PM

    For that MIC, select control indicator as "scope not fixed".

    Also you can use sampling scheme in the sampling procedure.

    Vishal

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2010 at 02:49 PM

    Hi JR,

    You can can create Physical sample for such cases manually by t-code QPR1 and then by creating inspection lot for the same. So from that inspection lot you can record the results. But first you need to maintain inspection type '15' for such material in the material master Quality management view.

    Regards,

    Hiren

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2010 at 03:07 AM

    I would suggest you implement the inspection point.

    You can create one or more inspection point for an inspection lot and valuate each inspection point also.

    Regards

    Luke

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