What is Quality Inspection?

Quality Inspection Definition

A quality inspection involves measuring, examining, testing, or gauging various characteristics of a product and comparing those results with specified requirements to determine whether there is a conformity. Quality Control (QC) is critical to build and deliver products that meet or exceed customers’ expectations.

There are three types of quality inspections:

  1. Preproduction Inspection. During the preproduction phase, raw materials need to be tested before entering production.
  2. In-line Inspection. Additional inspections should take place during various stages of the manufacturing process.
  3. Final Inspection.
What is Quality Inspection

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