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    robertnguyen
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    Can you explain?
    what is Reject Number in AQL table?
    It is quantity of defect which inspector found out or it is quantity of defective product which inspector found out?
    Thanks
    Robert

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    “Ken”
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    Robert,
    Mil 105e is a sampling plan by attributes for defectives.  Also, 105e is now obsolete, and has be superceeded by the equivalent ANSI standard for inspection by attributes.
    Ken

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    anurag kabthiyal
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    AQL- Acceptable Quality Level—-It is an numerical definition of good lot, associated with producer’s risk.
    if we say producer’s risk is 5% for an AQL of 0.003, it means that we consider batches that are nonconforming to be good and prefer to reject such batches no more than 5% time.
    its the max % or proportion of nonconforming item or no of nonconformities in a lot or batch that can be considered satisfactory.
    Based on AQL we choose the sampling plan, then comes wt u talking .
     

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