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  • #39989

    OMER
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    hi all
    is there a person who has got some information about taking sample plan.I need a copy from taking sample plan or card.we check all of our products  as %100 because of we havent got a taking sample card but anymore ý wanna apply this card.if there is a person who ll be able to help me please contact with me my contact info as below.
    kind regards
    [email protected]

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    #122962

    anurag kabthiyal
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    DEAR OMER
    There are variables sampling plans and attribute sampling plans which focus on (based on urs requirment)
     

    Single sampling plan

    Double-sampling plan 

    Multiple-sampling plan 2.

    Sequential-sampling

    2.

     

    Each type of sampling plan as  per quality of  batches can be taken up as
     

    1.Normal inspection(normal Q)

    2.   Tightened inspection ( when Q is bad)

    3.Reduced inspection ( Q is quit high)

     
    U can take the sample plan by  MIL STD 105E.
     it’s a sample plan table…..u have to decide ….AQL(acceptable quality level )

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    #122963

    OMER
    Participant

    ý thank you for  your cooparation but ý could nor clearly how can ý get sample plaese help me

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    #122965

    anurag kabthiyal
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    dear
    sampling plan is based on lot size and the risk u want to calculate ….u ref the the table then it ll be easy for u to get clear pic.
     

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    #122966

    OMER
    Participant

    First of all ý wanna thank you
    ý respect you but ý have never seen it before so if you can send me taking sample plan as a sample ý ll be happy and then of course ý ll  update it according to our process
    thanks a lot ý hope you can understand me

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    #122967

    Tierradentro
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    Hi Omer,
    there was a posting by Darth on July 11th (forum post ID number 74468) he has a sample size calculator that should be appropriate for you.
    Regards
    John

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