The hottest Quality control Substack posts right now

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Lucian Truscott Newsletter • 3655 implied HN points • 06 Feb 24
  1. Private equity in aircraft manufacturing can lead to cost-cutting measures that compromise safety.
  2. Recent accidents involving Boeing 737 models point to potential flaws in design and manufacturing processes.
  3. Pressure to speed up production in the aviation industry can result in quality control issues and safety risks.
The Web Scraping Club • 78 implied HN points • 08 Feb 24
  1. Data Boutique is a marketplace for legally obtained web-scraped data with a focus on quality and easy accessibility.
  2. Sellers on Data Boutique align interests with the platform by offering affordable, high-quality data which encourages more purchases and recurring buyers.
  3. Ensuring data quality on Data Boutique involves embedded checks and a Peer Review program, promoting stackable standard data schemas for wider use cases.
Gad’s Newsletter • 57 implied HN points • 22 Jan 24
  1. Boeing's quality and safety issues are influenced by a culture prioritizing speed over quality.
  2. Poor supplier management practices contributed to Boeing's recent quality problems.
  3. Boeing's focus on short-term profits led to challenges with innovation, supplier management, and quality control.
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Gordian Knot News • 241 implied HN points • 05 May 23
  1. Regulatory inefficiency can drastically increase costs, sometimes by a factor of 30.
  2. Nuclear power regulation, a refined form of Navy regulation, can also lead to similar cost issues.
  3. The difference between the ideal cost and the actual cost can vary greatly due to market conditions and standards.
Europe in Space • 196 implied HN points • 20 Mar 23
  1. Avio received a significant funding from European Union for space programs, raising questions on allocation of funds.
  2. Avio faced quality control issues in rocket launches, leading to failures and significant financial losses.
  3. Avio's financial activities, CEO remuneration, and conflicts of interest are under scrutiny amidst stock buybacks and public funding support.
Only Wonder Knows • 98 implied HN points • 02 Jun 23
  1. Manufacturing PCBs with controlled impedance involves extra cost and needs to be well understood and justified.
  2. To determine when controlled impedance of PCB traces is needed, consider factors like trace width, dielectric material thickness, and manufacturing tolerances.
  3. Measuring characteristic impedance in PCBs involves complex processes, manual testing, and cost implications that should be discussed with the manufacturer.