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statistical process control Question
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Posted by: josphate

04/27/2005, 06:28:21

i wonder whether the idea behind emplementing SPC into a production process is a Prventive measure as in a quality assurance measure or its a method of detecting problems in a system?

Is it in line with Phil Crosby's theory of "Zero Defects"?


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Posted by: Cragyon
04/27/2005, 07:41:10

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I beleive SPC is used to identify weakness within a process due to any number of reasons. Kind of a continuing improvment philosophy. Intersting, the technics used by SOC have been around a very long time.

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