This example lists the nonconformance name, its location, classification, definition and a photo or drawing. The photos or drawings are shown for illustration purposes only and do not represent limits for acceptance or rejection.
Content and text according PDA Glass Task Force - 2007.
- Name: Heel Tap
- Location: Bottom
- Class: Minor (limit sample)
Minor classification of nonconformance: Nonconformities that do not result in or impact product quality or process capability.
A localized thick glass wall thickness area on one side of the bottom (the opposite side has lower glass wall thickness).
Points to Consider
- The Term “None-Allowed” should be attributed to those nonconformities that may arise out of a glassmanufacturer’s process or a non-process related error that is not sampled or estimated statistically and therefore should not be assigned an AQL.
- Nonconformities should be reviewed and classified (with rationale) using a quality risk management approach.
- Verification of nonconformity classifications may warrant additional testing to establish the irrationale.
- A Limit Sample is a single container example that represents the maximum degree of acceptability of a nonconformance.
The photos or drawings are shown for illustration purposes only and do not represent limits for acceptance or rejection. Please take notice of the Acknowledgements