Tuesday, 29 April 2014

The Advantages and Disadvantages of the 3 Inspection Procedures Floor Inspections

The advantages of checking materials being used in the process of manufacture are:
  • To boost cooperation of the foreman and the inspector
  • Random checks can be more successful than checking the complete batch
  • There are no delays during production
  • Saves time and cuts down on expenses
  • Inspectors might be able to spot problems and report on the faculty work
There are disadvantages to be aware of too:
  • Vibration can make inspection difficult
  • There may be problems caused by biased inspectors
  • There is more pressure placed on inspectors
  • Inspector costs could increase due to the skills required and the number of re quired inspections throughout the process
Centralised Inspection
The inspection takes place at a centre that is close to one or more of the manufacturing centres.

The advantages include:
  • The quality check-ups are improved
  • There is closed supervision
  • There is no pressure put on the workers
  • The inspection costs are low
The disadvantages include:
  • The materials are handled more frequently
  • Any delays in the inspection room waste time
  • There is an increase in production control
  • Machine errors can be missed and more errors could be caused as a result
Combined Inspection
By combining the floor inspection and central inspection helps to located defects and prevent problems caused on the manufacturing floor. This is perhaps the best method as it encompasses all of the benefits to reduce issues.

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