Traditional tools of quality improvement used to improve furniture production process
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At every stage of production there is a great need to observe if any deviations from the norm. which act as determinant in every process, have occurred. If the deviations have indeed occurred they should be effectively eliminated or its' effects should be decreased. That kind of action results in improving the production process to suit the end product to the consumers' needs. Furniture production is a straightforward process. Still a high precision and good quality of materials is required to produce a product that is in accordance with the standards dictated by the market. The goal of this research is to identify the nonconformities occurring in the furniture production process with the use of traditional tools of quality improvement. The reason for using the Ishikawa diagram is the fact that the above diagram allows to demonstrate the potential sources of nonconformities in a clear way. Additionally FMEA analysis was used.
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