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Discussion in 'IATF 16949:2016 - Automotive Quality Systems' started by casyhome, Jul 7, 2016.

  1. casyhome

    casyhome New Member

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    We just had our TS audit and had an Non conformance because our boundary sample ( red rabbits) at sorting is not identified or controlled as gauges. Can someone please expand more on the terminology between Boundary sample and Red Rabbits and are they supposed to be controlled.
     
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    If an NC was raised, may we know the clause of ISO/TS where the auditor raised the issue against?
     
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    I normally think of Red Rabbit as a part known bad for a specified condition that challenges a error proofing sensor or a tester to verify it rejects the Red Rabbit. We track them in our calibration system to annually verify they are still failing for the condition. This is to verify the Operators haven't tampered with it. Also, we have had a Leak Test Red Rabbit get clogged and not leak anymore.

    We try not to use Boundary Samples. The ones we do use are only for basic configuration of assemblies. We verify these once a month.
     
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