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Michael Busha
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posted 29 November 2000 01:50 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
We are a mid-size machinery and fluid fill designer and manufacturer. After final inspection/runoff of our machines we certify travel gage assemblies dimensionally. Also we do re-certification of these same gages on a regular schedule. The certification is done in our inspection department (the same place we do our mic calibrations, etc.)and certs are printed and sent. It seems to me that 1) since the certifications are a part of the process (this I question regarding the re-certs), 2) they needn't be done in a separate facility, and 3) they are controlled by 4.9, we do not need to conform to 4.10.6. Does this logic make sense?

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David Mullins
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posted 29 November 2000 06:10 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for David Mullins   Click Here to Email David Mullins     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Ah, 4.10.6 of which standard?
9001 doesn't have a 4.10.6, QS may, but my copy's at home.

Plus, your scenario sounds unlikely to meet 4.10

More info required please Michael

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Michael Busha
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posted 30 November 2000 06:57 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
That would be the QS 9000 3rd edition, 1998. You are correct, there is no such element in ISO.

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