Zero Quality Control: Source Inspection and the Poka-Yoke System

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Productivity Press, Apr 1, 1986 - Business & Economics - 303 pages
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A combination of source inspection and mistake-proofing devices is the only method to get you to zero defects. Shigeo Shingo shows you how this proven system for reducing errors turns out the highest quality products in the shortest period of time. Shingo provides 112 specific examples of poka-yoke development devices on the shop floor, most of them costing less than $100 to implement. He also discusses inspection systems, quality control circles, and the function of management with regard to inspection.  

 

  

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Contents

The Structure of Production
5
The Significance of Inspections
18
Individual Management Functions and the Science
28
Inspections Dont Reduce Defects
35
Approaching the Zero QC Method
41
Sampling Inspections Do Nothing But Make
49
More On Inspection Systems
57
Inspections That Eliminate
82
The Establishment of a Pokayoke System
92
Using Pokayoke Systems
99
Examples of Pokayoke Systems
135
Quality Control and QC Circles
263
Afterword
277
Index
293
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