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    Quality is the life of an enterprise. I believe that this sentence has been summed up in many enterprises with experience or lessons, and everyone has already believed in it.

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    The importance of quality cannot be ignored. For example, in the prototype industry, rework due to quality issues not only affects the progress of the entire production line but also affects the work mood of employees, which leads to many problems. The affected production schedule will directly affect the survival of the enterprise. For another example, in the process of prototype production, the experience and skills of programmers play a vital role. Through the operation and simulation of the programmer, the rationality, feasibility, convenience and effectiveness of the prototype production process can be confirmed; the formal production of the prototype can only be carried out after the programmer performs simulation and simulation on the computer side. This is the prerequisite for quality control. Quality must be checked, so how can we control the quality of prototype production?

    What is quality?

    Quality is divided into process quality and production quality. Process quality refers to the process plan that meets the quality of producing qualified products; production quality refers to the production capacity with quality in the production process.

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    Three procedures to ensure quality

    The first pass, cultivate three kinds of consciousness

    To put it simply, quality = conscience + sense of responsibility; only when everyone keeps this concept in mind can they produce products with real quality.

    • One is self-inspection awareness.

    Product quality is manufactured, not tested. The secret of production quality control is: to let everyone do their own processes. Employees are required to conduct self-inspection on products that have gone through their own processes. Only products that they consider to be qualified can be passed to the next process or workshop. Non-conforming products found in self-inspection should not be left to chance but should be decisively removed. Classification and placement of defective products.

    • The second is the awareness of mutual inspection.

    For products flowing from the previous process or workshop, they need to be inspected and considered qualified products to be awakened to continue production. When there are quality problems in the previous process, timely feedback should be given. Resolutely do not produce defective products, do not accept defective products, and do not deliver defective products.

    • The third is the awareness of special inspection.

    After doing the self-inspection and mutual inspection, the next step is the test of the full-time inspector. As a full-time inspector, you should have a strong sense of quality control.

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    The second level follows the process of control

    Without a good process, it is difficult to have a good result! For quality control, it is necessary to follow the control closely to control the quality.

    • One is to control the first inspection.

    Before the prototype is produced, it is necessary to carefully verify the boredom of the production and to confirm whether the performance of the tools to be used is intact.

    • The second is inspection control.

    During the production process, management personnel and quality inspectors must conduct random checks on the prototypes and spend 80% of their energy on the weak links in production, such as the operation process of new employees, and the performance of equipment production.

    • The third is final inspection control.

    When closing the line, focus on controlling the final prototype. At this time, employees are often more impatient, and the closer the work is to be completed, the stricter the control!

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    The third level, plus two more weapons

    Quality control in the production process is either rising or falling. If you want to achieve long-term quality management, managers must carry two weapons-a “bright knife” and a “secret arrow”.

    • The first weapon is the “Ming Sword”.

    At each production meeting, you can analyze the quality problems that occurred and were encountered in the previous production, and analyze the hazards of these quality problems in depth, so that everyone can fully realize that once the non-conforming product leaves the factory, it will not only be a huge negative for the company. Affect, and will harm the interests of users. Next, analyze the causes of these quality problems and clarify quality responsibilities. The “bright knife” held by the manager is a prerequisite for improving quality.

    • The second weapon is the “secret arrow”.

    As the saying goes, “open guns are easy to hide from hidden arrows but difficult to prevent”. In quality control, managers need to have this awareness of “secret arrows” in order to better prevent employees from being paralyzed and to keep employees at a high level during the work process. Be vigilant and responsible, so as to “do not accept unqualified products from the previous process, and do not pass the unqualified products to the next process”.

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