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Pages: 256

Language: English

Publisher: Springer (31 Oct. 1991)

By: J.D. Tannock (Author)

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This text presents a practical strategy for flexible automation in quality control. A manufacturing systems approach is adopted which is compatible with concepts of Total Quality Management. The integration of quality operations and data with other manufacturing sub-systems is emphasized. Three main themes are outlined: quality systems designs and improvement, automation in data collection and quality data management using the quality database. This book should be of interest to quality and manufacturing engineers in industry and academia, quality assurance/control managers in medium to large manufacturing companies and quality consultants.


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