The subject of Metrology and Quality Control deals with the techniques necessary for the planning and implementation of quality control in manufacturing processes. First introduced on the concepts fundamental measurement to characterize the variables that will later be used in quality control.
Later, it focuses on the close relationship between the variability of the manufacturing parameters and quality end product, for day after studying such variability from a statistical viewpoint.
Finally, describes the technical quality control based on statistics, which is known as statistical process control. Such techniques are aimed at finding a balance between the costs of quality control, cope with the costs of making a potential insufficient control.
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