What is During production inspection
DPI (During Production Inspection) or In-Process Inspection is another name for the acronym DPI, which stands for “During Production Inspection.” DUPRO is frequently used during the inspection process, particularly as an essential supplemental solution to PSI (PSI is good, but occasionally it’s too late to repair or replace major flaws because of the issue with delivery delay).
This inspection is done to make sure that contractual responsibilities related product specifications, packing, and marking are met after at least 20% to 60% of your manufacturing is finished.
All aspects of a quality inspection performed in accordance with AQL standards or in accordance with the client’s requirements are covered by this inspection, including workmanship quality, raw materials, product appearance, weight verification, size measurements, functionality assortment, accessories, logos, labelling and marking, packaging, packing, and other special needs.
Inspection carried out throughout production makes sure that the product’s quality is upheld throughout the manufacturing process. Additionally, verification of the unfinished goods and adherence to the initial production schedule. This inspection may be necessary to confirm that production is proceeding as planned, to detect any deviations, and to recommend the necessary counter measures.