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Quality Control Software for Manufacturing

Streamline Your Production Line with Visualogyx’s Quality Control and Audit Tools

Optimizing Manufacturing

Visualogyx’s Quality Control Software for Manufacturing digitizes production workflows, seamlessly integrating data capture and detailed reporting into your manufacturing inspection processes.

Quality Control and Defect Management

Streamline quality control, detect defects, and enhance consistency, reducing defects and saving time for your manufacturing processes.

Compliance Management

Maintain compliance with your standards and certifications by tracking documentation and generating reports for audits and regulatory requirements.

Environmental & Sustainability

Enhance institutional visibility and enable data-driven decisions for compliance with environmental standards and sustainability requirements.

Supplier and Vendor Management

Streamline material verifications ensuring quality control, on-time delivery and quality throughout your production pipeline.

Maintenance and Equipment Management

Monitor asset health and streamline equipment management to reduce downtime and optimize asset utilization.

Traceability and Recall Management

Stay on top of product recalls, digitally track your asset records and simplify your investigations to reduce financial risks.


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Visualogyx helps manufacturers tackle inspection and audit challenges, aiding operational effectiveness, product quality, compliance, and process optimization.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Quality Control in manufacturing is a process by which entities review the quality of all factors involved in production. QC involves the examination of a product, service, or process for certain minimum levels of quality. The goal of the QC team is to identify products or services that do not meet a company’s specified standards of quality. If a problem is identified, it’s often sent back for revisions and defects are corrected.

The QC process typically includes several key activities:

  • Inspection: Assessing materials, items in process, and finished products to ensure they meet all specifications.
  • Testing: Using various tests to ensure products or materials meet necessary durability, stability, and performance standards.
  • Documentation: Keeping detailed records of QC activities to track the quality over time and improve accountability.
  • Feedback and Correction: Providing information on quality issues back to the production team so that defects can be corrected, thus reducing waste and enhancing efficiency and product quality.

Quality control is crucial in manufacturing to reduce errors, maintain standards, ensure safety, meet customer expectations, and uphold the company’s reputation.

There are four main types of quality control systems that can be utilized in various industries to ensure product or service quality:

  • Inspection: This is the most basic form, where physical products are inspected at significant stages of production. Inspections can be random or full-scale, depending on the criticality of the process.
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC): Utilizes statistical methods to monitor and control a process. This system helps to identify process variations that might lead to defects and provides corrective measures.
  • Total Quality Management (TQM): A holistic approach focused on continuous improvement in all functions of an organization. It emphasizes customer satisfaction, cross-departmental collaboration, and a proactive stance on quality issues.
  • Six Sigma: Combines quality management and business process improvement. It aims to reduce the probability of defects and variability in manufacturing and business processes using a data-driven approach and methodologies like DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control).