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posted 02 February 2000 11:25 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Any body have a good rule of thumb for differentiating between process and product characteristisc in finished goods control plans?

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posted 09 February 2000 01:06 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

As far as I understand, process characteristics are properties taken from the machine where the finished good was produced, example: speed, pressure, temperature, reaction times, etc. and PRODUCT characteristics are properties or indicators related to the product or material, such as: dimensions, viscosity, hardness, weight, etc.

Normally the product KC's will be "tied" or linked to some of the process KC. If you do not control your process you would face problems with your product.

Hope to be helpful:


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