Tag Archive: quality

Sep
29

Simplified 5S: What is it & why is it important?

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What is 5S? 5S is a lean manufacturing approach to “A place for everything, and everything in its place” based on the Toyota Production System. Qualitymanagement has compiled definitions from a variety of sources worth referencing here: 1. 5S definition of Wikipedia.com Sort, straighten, shine, standardize, sustain: a workplace discipline used to ensure reliable work practices and …

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Sep
17

Who cares about manufacturing?

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“Manufacturing is more than just putting parts together. It’s coming up with ideas, testing principles and perfecting the engineering, as well as final assembly.” ~James Dyson Manufacturing Day is is approaching on October 3rd, and we’re encouraging all of our partners, clients and associates to open their doors and share the experience of manufacturing with …

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Sep
10

Who cares about noise?

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“One person’s data is another person’s noise.” ~K.C. Cole Did you know? The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that the single most common irreversible occupational hazard worldwide is noise-induced hearing impairment. Noise levels are commonly measured in decibels (dB). It is a logarithmic scale rather than a linear one, because the human ear can handle …

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Sep
05

Quality videos worth watching… Our favorites this week

We’ve selected a few of our favorite quality related videos and wanted to share. The Ingredients of Quality Management – You’ll be hungry after this one, but it’s a great introduction. ‘Modern Chairs’ – A Total Quality Management Training Video – “Made in the style of Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times, the intention is to teach …

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Aug
19

Coordinate measurement machines (CMM): What are they and who needs it?

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Within our testing laboratory in Ningbo, China, our engineers perform mechanical, electrical, environmental and other special testing as required by our clients. Experienced engineers use applicable and regionally specific standards, such as ASTM, IEC or ANSI specifications, to conduct a variety of in-house and on-site testing. One of our most common testing procedures involves the use …

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