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"QA INSPECTION"



 

DEAR SIR

REFERRING TO THE QUALITY INSPECTION OF THE PAINTING (THE COVERING WITH PAINT), PLEASE REPLY TO SOME QUESTIONS:

1)THE INSPECTION OF THE GENERAL APPEARANCE IS MADE VISUAL OR WITH X10 MAGNIFYING GLASS? WHAT IS THE DISTANCE WE MAY KEEP? IN WHAT KIND OF LIGHT? WHAT ARE THE ACCEPTABLE DEFECTS?

2)HOW MANY POINTS ARE USED TO MEASURE THE THICKNESS?

BEST REGARDS,

GARBACIA STEFAN
SC QEIT SRL - BUCURESTI, ROMANIA
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Whatever you and your customer (or you and your vendor) agree to. I am not being facile; the answer is sincere.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
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Mrs. Stefan,

Follow only your customer specifications in regards to what needs to be inspected and how to perform the job. A blue-print (drawing) of the product being processed will entail specs, inspections required of the product.

Regards,

Joel Garcia
- Mcallen, Texas
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