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An example of a check sheet, as used in process quality control. This sheet records information about the type and number of paint flaws on items coming off a production line. When printed, the right column would have been blank. Subsequently, marks have been made in the right column as Mr Kyder inspected the output of job 629555. It can be seen that "inadequate coverage" is the most common flaw, occurring 17 times.

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current05:27, November 5, 2007Thumbnail for version as of 05:27, November 5, 2007602 × 304 (7 KB)PhloxBot (Talk | contribs)== Summary == An example of a check sheet, as used in process quality control. This sheet records information about the type and number of paint flaws on items coming off a production line. When printed, the right column would have been blank. Subseque

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