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

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...
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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