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Customer Documentation Errors when completing an AS9102 FAIR

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cjod86

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I am working on completing an FAI report for a customer and I've come across some errors on the assembly drawing. Should I have the customer correct the errors/typos and update the drawing for proceeding? Or, is there a proper way to fill out the report to call out errors in the customer documentation?

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Chris
 
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rickpaul01

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Getting an updated drawing can sometimes be difficult. I note on the FAIR the problem with the drawing and what we did that was different. When the customer accepts the FAIR, I use that as acceptance documentation of the deviation to the drawing.
 
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cjod86

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Thanks Rick (or is it Paul?),

To add some additional detail that maybe you could also provide feedback on, here I go:

So the drawing lists notes 1-9, with 1, 4, 7, 8, & 9 being flag notes. However, one area of the drawing identifies flag note 5, which is not one of the flag notes. It is a typo and should actually identify flag note 7. What is the proper way to assign characteristics on the ballooned drawing given this?

If there was no typo, I would assign the same characteristic to both the note on the list of general notes, as well as to the flagged area on the drawing. Should I do this the same, even though the flagged area on the drawing indicates the wrong number? Or should I assign two separate characteristics?
 

rickpaul01

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I would fill out all the information as if the drawing was correct, and then in the far right cell, make a note in Red. "The drawing references note 5, but this is incorrect. This characteristic was evaluated in accordance with note 7, and found to be in compliance."
Rick Paul
 

dsanabria

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Thanks Rick (or is it Paul?),

To add some additional detail that maybe you could also provide feedback on, here I go:

So the drawing lists notes 1-9, with 1, 4, 7, 8, & 9 being flag notes. However, one area of the drawing identifies flag note 5, which is not one of the flag notes. It is a typo and should actually identify flag note 7. What is the proper way to assign characteristics on the ballooned drawing given this?

If there was no typo, I would assign the same characteristic to both the note on the list of general notes, as well as to the flagged area on the drawing. Should I do this the same, even though the flagged area on the drawing indicates the wrong number? Or should I assign two separate characteristics?
Step 1 - contact your customer for a revise drawing. If they won't ask them for an amended PO with corrections. (or write down on an e-mail and send them a copy of the e-mail and place another copy with the records for future reference - CYA)

Step 2 - Complete the FAIR per AS9002 - in the areas that you see duplications or omissions number them - ex 5a, 5b and place those same letter on form 3. On 5a you could make a note is it is missing and on 5b place the actual value on 5 b - as an example of the issue.

Remember that the FAIR is to document the process and issues if there are any. If the customer makes a correction, all you have to do is submit a DELTA FAIR with only the pending issues.
 

Michael_M

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I would fill out all the information as if the drawing was correct, and then in the far right cell, make a note in Red. "The drawing references note 5, but this is incorrect. This characteristic was evaluated in accordance with note 7, and found to be in compliance."
This is what I do as well. On form 3 I record in the 'requirements' section exactly what the print calls for; however, in the 'Comments' section I will record discrepancies from print.

Sometimes it is as simple as "Print calls for 4x, only 2x actual dimensions apply". In the results section, I will put what it should be (2x instead of 4x for example).

So far, no one has complained about this method.
 
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