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MIL STD 105 D or ISO 2859-2? Receiving Metal Sheets

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amejel

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Hi. Sorry if I posted this in the wrong section of the forum.

My company is implementing a new quality control process upon the reception of products from our suppliers. I'm puzzled between using the MIL STD 105 D or the ISO 2859-2. The company receives one lot of metal sheets every 07-15 days of somewhere 50-60 units.

Would it be more accurate to do a sampling process based on the MIL STD 105 D when we consider the lots to be coming in series in the scope of the year or should just I sample things out using the ISO 2859-2 for isolated lots?

Any suggestions or explanations will be very appreciated.

Many thanks.
 

dsanabria

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Hi. Sorry if I posted this in the wrong section of the forum.

My company is implementing a new quality control process upon the reception of products from our suppliers. I'm puzzled between using the MIL STD 105 D or the ISO 2859-2. The company receives one lot of metal sheets every 07-15 days of somewhere 50-60 units.

Would it be more accurate to do a sampling process based on the MIL STD 105 D when we consider the lots to be coming in series in the scope of the year or should just I sample things out using the ISO 2859-2 for isolated lots?

Any suggestions or explanations will be very appreciated.

Many thanks.
Curiosity - is this done because you are doing 100% inspection or no inspection and no issues or because a customer is telling you to do it.

Please consider how critical the process is and if it needs sampling on receiving inspection.
 
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