Torque-to-Turn Example

This appendix is included to reinforce several important points that were discussed earlier in this book. These include the need to observe and walk the operating system, the need to observe all possible clues, the need to understand how tiny some clues can be, the need to identify the most prevalent failure location, and the need to ensure that your suppliers agree to get prior approval for any changes they make to materials or processes on their end. Let’s look at how all these points play out in a typical manufacturing problem.

Sometimes, two independent conditions can contribute individually to create torque-to-turn ...

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