Potential causes for manufacturing defects in a product
Manufacturing defects can occur during the construction phase of products. These defects are common. Generally, it is the responsibility of production and quality assurance team to control and limit the number of defective products. Workers in production unit and supervisors need to be more careful. Negligence, poor workmanship and low-quality material are the most common contributing factors. Sometimes it exposes the consumer to high risk or leads to injury. Identification of the root causes can help eliminate the errors in production stage.
Manufacturing Defect/ Wrong Product Size
This Ishikawa diagram consists of possible causes, grouped by category, for a defective product. Here, the causes are categorized in the first level as machine, method, material, man, measurement and environment. The main causes are under each category or group. The structure of the fishbone is well-defined and easy to understand. This root cause analysis template helps to arrange the different reasons for any issue.
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