Machining Quality is the degree to which the machining process and system create parts conform to established technical and economical specifications. Machining Quality is about process quality and part quality, and machining is typical a manufacturing process where the poison is in the micro-small details.
Machining process quality is about potentially loosing fortunes in microseconds when the quality of the finished part is no good. The final outcome of a machining process is the finished part. A good part or a bad part, and in modern production part quality is a matter of micrometres!
Smart perfection in machining is about producing correctly finished parts in the predetermined time and at the precalculated costs. And best in that order!
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