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    Inspection plans


    Inspection plans


    You can create inspection plans for different uses (for example, model inspection, carrying out an audit, preliminary series inspection, goods receipt inspection, goods issue inspection, inspection of stock transfers, inspections in repetitive manufacturing.


    The R/3 System uses task lists as a planning and processing tool. In the R/3 System, you can inspect with or without a task list. If you use a task list, you can include inspection specifications in the production processes.

    Different task list types are used for planning purposes in the R/3 system, depending on the application component:

    * In production (application component PP)

    o Structure link Routings

    o Structure link Rate routings

    Reference operation sets

    * In the process industry (application component PP-PI)

    Structure link Master recipes

    * In plant maintenance (application component PM)

    Stucture link Maintenance task lists

    * In quality management (application component QM)Advertisement

    o Inspection plans

    o Reference operation sets

    The inspection plan is related to the rate routing and the master recipe. These task list types only differ slightly, with respect to the inspection planning functions.

    For inspections in production, you do not need to additionally process inspection plans.

    The inspection characteristics are defined in routings (inspection during production), rate routings, master recipes (inspection during production in the process industry) or maintenance task lists (calibration inspection).

    When you create an inspection plan, you can copy or link to a reference operation set (describes frequently-used operations but is not assigned to a material).

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    * You use an inspection plan to define which characteristics are to be inspected in each inspection operation and which test equipment is to be used in the inspection.

    * You use an inspection plan, for example, to carry out a model, goods issue, goods receipt or recurring inspection.

    * You can collate inspection plans in task list groups.

    * The inspection plan is divided into the elements inspection plan header, inspection operation, inspection characteristic and test equipment as a production resource/tool.

    The task list types used in production contain other elements, such as, alternative operation sequences and material components.

    * In the inspection plan header, you can define general data, (for example, planner group, task list usage, task list status, information for dynamic modification, inspection points, physical-sample drawing).

    * You can assign several materials to an inspection plan. You can create several inspection plans with different inspection operations or inspection characteristics for a material or a combination of material, vendor and manufacturer, or material and customer.

    * You can assign an inspection plan to several vendors or customers.

    * Plans are subject to engineering change management. The system manages separate change statuses for each structural element in the plan. Therefore, you can check at any time how a plan looked at a particular key date.


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