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A Practical Guide to Quality Management in Spinning

  • ID: 2719398
  • Book
  • April 2011
  • 254 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
This book provides an introduction to quality management in spinning operations. Chapters discuss the impact of yarn parameters on spinning and the causes of quality and other problems related to spinning.

- Provides an introduction to quality management and an overview of product quality objectives
- Discusses the impact of yarn parameters from a customer's perspective, reasons for poor quality, and various fine aspects and problems related to spinning
- Examines the causes of yarn defects featuring process control studies and the role of technicians in quality management
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Introduction to quality management
Product quality objectives
Impact of yarn parameters at customer's end
Reasons for poor quality in spinning
Normal problems and non-conformities
process wise
Normal complaints from customers
Process control studies
Control points and check points
Role of technicians in quality management.
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Purushothama, B.
B. Purushothama, in his service of 40 years in the textile and garment industry, has worked in various capacities in Spinning, Maintenance, Projects, Quality Assurance and in Research. He is a Lead Auditor in ISO 9000 since 1994 and a Certified Quality Analyst from Tata Quality Management Services. The Textile Association (India) awarded him fellowship in 1985, and Institute of Engineers in 2009.
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