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Why inspect?   
   * It costs you less to send an inspector to check and conduct a supplier inspection than what you can lose from receiving poor quality or badly packed products. Prevention is always better than correction!
1. Find out defects early and take action







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Dead mosquito Dust on unit Dust on unit
   
  Cracked bamboo Tearing carton/Bad packaging Bad carton printing  
   
  Expected product... ...actual finding Wrong label  
   
  Terrible product coating  Long crack at the bottom After inspection, the container with good quality will be sealed  
2. See the factory where your products are being produced
   
  3. Track the order progress
In nowadays business, tracking progress and taking control is important. Our inspectors will play the role as your representative, performing inspection & audit at the factory. In other words, we become your eyes in the factory.
 
   
     
     
 
   
  Inspection standard

Focus on Acceptable Quality Levels
VietEyes Inspection quality inspectors use the ISO 2859 tables (also known as AQL tables) to measure acceptable levels of quality. These tables are a US standard with equivalents in all national and international standardization organizations (ANSI/ASQC Z1.4, ISO 2859, NF06-022, BS 6001, DIN 40080). Here are some questions and answers:

(q) How do I determine the right sample size and acceptance number?
(a) For a hypothetical inspection of a 4,000-unit lot, with an Acceptable Quality Level of II (MIL-STD-105E), Sample size table indicates that the sampling size should be 200 units. For an AQL of 2.5, the corresponding acceptance number is 10.

(q) What does this mean in concrete terms?
(a) If the number of defective units is higher than 10, the lot has to be rejected. If the lot is accepted, it is understood to contain a maximum of 2.5% defective units (with a failure risk of less than 5%).

(q) What should I do with defective or discarded lots?
(a) Defective items found as part of 100% inspection can be discarded, repaired or replaced. You may also opt to sell the discarded lot at a discount.

Sample size code letter table

Single sampling plans for normal inspection

   
 
 
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