Column: Reviews of Standards and Specifications: MIL-STD-105D and the Japanese Modified Standard

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Koyama, Takeshi; Ohmae, Yoshitugu; Suga, Ryunosuke; Yamamoto, Taro; Pabst Jr., William R. (assisted; edited by)   (1970, ASQC)   Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Kyoto, Japan; Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Tokyo, Japan; Japanese Defense Agency, Tokyo, Japan; Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Tokyo, Japan; Washington, D.C.

Journal of Quality Technology    Vol. 2    No. 2
QICID: 5053    April 1970    pp. 99-108
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Article Abstract

MIL-STD-105D switches too frequently to tightened and reduced inspection when producers are just meeting the acceptable quality levels (AQL's). The MIL Study Group of the Japanese Standards Association suggests three slight corrective actions. Otherwise, MIL-STD-105D stands intensive scrutiny well.

Keywords

Switching rules,Japanese quality management,Receiving inspection


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