Quality Assurance is a broad practice used for assuring the quality of products or services. There are many differences between quality control and quality assurance. In quality assurance, a constant effort is made to enhance the quality practices in the organization. Therefore, continuous improvements are expected in quality functions in the company.
DIN ISO 2768 F(Metal)
DIN ISO 2768 M(Plastic)
Tighter tolerance please put forward in advance
What do Quality Control Inspectors do?
Read blueprints and specifications
Monitor operations to ensure that they meet production standards
Recommend adjustments to the assembly or production process
Inspect, test, or measure materials or products being produced
Measure products with rulers, calipers, gauges, or micrometers
Operate electronic inspection equipment and software
Accept or reject finished items
Remove all products and materials that fail to meet specifications
Report inspection and test data such as weights, temperatures, grades, moisture content, and quantities inspected