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Author Topic:   Hardness check
posted 12 July 1998 04:58 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
We sometimes use a file to check the suface
hardness of our customers parts.
The files used are not checked for accuracy
(hardness) nor are they treated as test equipment in our quality system.
We just passed our QS-9000 registration and
the current consensus of our managment is
if the third party audit didnt see it it is
not important. I think it is and would be very grateful for any opinions. THANKS

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What do your requirements say? Do you have a control plan and if so is this 'check' on it?

I'm at a loss because I've never head of checking hardness with a file. What constitutes a pass and what is a fail? Need more info.

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