In Reply to Parent Post by KidPaddy
does anyone have a general form or any form in regards to incoming inspection? not the aql or acceptance sampling but the sheet or form itself.
the one were using is made only for a particular item that are supplied to us, that is why we have a need for another version for the other items.
tnx a lot guys!
Good Morning KidPaddy:
Here's an example of an inspection form that we use. Our general inspection scheme is based on ASQ Z1.4. Some explanation is probably warranted...
The form shows Revision History at the top and P/N and Revision of the form at the bottom. P/N and Revision of the part inspected is in the upper right hand corner of the "Table". The columns, I hope, should be pretty self-explanatory. "Reference" is the equipment and/or reference standard used to inspect the given dimension and/or feature, "Dimension" is the dimension from the associated part drawing, "Extremes" are the dimensional tolerances - again directly from the drawing, "Qty. Inspected" is just that - how many parts were inspected, "Special Instruction" is where we define the inspection level for the given dimension.
For the Inspection Level, we either inspect 100%, AQL (which is typically our company standard AQL level - we use General Inspection Level II and you should choose your appropriate AQL level), and a term we've defined as "Eng. Use". This term is defined as a dimension or feature that, based on the incoming inspection history, criticallity of the dimension and supplier performance, is no longer inspected but is maintained on the form for historical reference. As defined in our inspection system, "Eng. Use" allows engineering to "reinstitute" this dimensional check if a problem is found with that dimension by writing a memo to file. Once the problem with this dimension is resolved with the Supplier, the "problem dimension" can then go back to "no longer inspected" or maybe we want to raise it back to AQL permanently. It merely limits the number of "CN" changes we need to make to the document.
...just another way of doing things. It works for us. I hope this helps.