|Used inconjunction with QC-CALC Real-Time, QC-Sort is a nonstatistical application that is able to quickly identify bad parts on a multiple-part inspection fixture. QC-Sort makes it easy for operators to remove problem parts from the fixture by using color coded squares to identify the bad parts. QC-Sort is adjustable and easily configured to display the physical layout of parts as they are fixtured.|
|How It Works
QC-Sort takes the data in QC-CALC and looks at it by a set number of parts that you configure. The parts are then laid out to match your fixturing. If any feature on a part is out of specification, that part is considered a bad part. QC-Sort displays the corresponding rectangle for that part in red. All good parts are displayed in green.
In addition, an optional history panel can show you (up to) the last 5 sets of previous results.
The picture on the left shows a 20 part fixture in a 5x4 arrangement. As can be seen, parts 16 and 20 are bad and should be thrown away or reworked. For more details and specific features please click here
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Last updated January 15, 2018