Value-Added Inspection

Measurement is often seen as non-value-added work. However, if we properly account for the expected costs involved in passing defects on to customers, then the increased value of the product can be clearly shown. This approach makes it possible to make rational data-based decisions about when to reduce inspection frequency and how much time and money to spend on metrology. To put it another way, imagine if we didn’t inspect the product and simply sold it without telling anyone that it hadn…


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