AQL Defect Classification: How to Classify Defects

AQL Defect Classification: How to Classify Defects

​How does your QC inspector determine whether your products are acceptable or not during a third-party inspection? Imagine you’re manufacturing a standing desk at a factory in Vietnam. You hire a service provider to conduct a final random inspection and the inspector...
AQL Special Inspection Levels: How Do They Work?

AQL Special Inspection Levels: How Do They Work?

AQL is an important standard used in the quality control industry for conducting product inspections. In a previous article, we answered the question, “What is AQL?” and explained how it works. But, in essence, the AQL (Acceptable Quality Limit) standard helps you...
Mobile Phone Quality Inspections: This is How They Work

Mobile Phone Quality Inspections: This is How They Work

At Insight Quality, we inspect many types of products. Anything you can find in a retail store, we’ve probably inspected, from electronics to clothing to home furnishings and more. When it comes to electronics, we can’t forget about mobile phones. These devices have...
5 Things You Need to Know About the HOLD Inspection Result

5 Things You Need to Know About the HOLD Inspection Result

Recently, we ran into a sticky situation with one of our customers. They hired us for a product inspection and we returned their inspection report with a HOLD result, rather than a PASS or FAIL. They ended up accepting the shipment from their supplier and when they...
How to be Proactive With Your Factory and Plan for Success

How to be Proactive With Your Factory and Plan for Success

Recently, a company that makes small, metal ladders discovered a big issue with products they had put out into the market. They found that the locking pins and rung fasteners on their ladders were prone to failing, posing a fall hazard to the people standing on them....

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