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Acceptance Sampling



1. Acceptance sampling is a quality control method, which is used where a single sample of
a production lot is examined. The aim of this process is to ensure that products are
manufactured to suit the interests of buyers. The process of sampling begins from the
supplier, to firm A, and the buyer. In the chart, the Supplier manufactures fan blades,
which are used by Firm A to manufacture furnace fan motors. The Supplier must meet
the production specifications of Firm A before being send to the firm. After Firm A
acquires the blades from the Supplier, blade sampling is conducted to examine their
quality. If the firm’s specifications are not met, the blades are send back to the Supplier
for a better sample. The Supplier manufactures fan blades to meet Firm A’s specs before
sending them back. The Supplier sends the blades to Firm A for sampling. If the blades
are accepted, they are used for the manufacture of furnace fan motors. After the motors
have been manufactured, they are send ...

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