The Inspection Requirements for specific Part Number, Revision and Router Operation Step can be defined using Control Plans.
A Control Plan defines What to Inspect, How to Inspect, Method of Inspection and the Pass / Fail Criteria.
Control Plans are Copied and Linked to Each Inspection record when it exists. Inspectors Complete the Inspection Requirement report and Determine the Lot Results – Pass / Fail.
The use of Control Plans provides a Consistent Approach to How Product is Inspected and the Inspection History is helpful in Identifying Trends.
Control Plan View
Control Plans can be Searched using the Various Filters available.
Single-Click operation to View Existing Control Plan Details and to Start a New Control Plan.
Control Plan Definition
Control Plans are based on a specific Part Number and Part Revision. Additional fields such as Operation Step and Step No provide the Ability to Define Inspection Requirements for Specific Steps in a Manufacturing Router.
A File can be Linked to the Control Plan. The file linked can be a Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, PDF or any other type of file. The typical use is a Drawing file.
If the Control Plan is for a Receiving Inspection process, the list of Suppliers can be identified as well as the Inspection Method for Each Supplier. Inspection Method choices are 100% Inspection, Dock-To-Stock, Skip Lots and AQL Sampling Plans QL 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, c=0.
For a Consistent approach to Inspections, Inspection Details can be Defined, that identifies What is to be Inspected, How it is to be Inspected and the Pass / Fail Criteria.