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Top Shops: Part Inspection Hours Per Week, Liquid and Powder Coatings

In the latest Products Finishing Top Shops Benchmarking Survey results for liquid and powder coaters, the Top Shops spent 25 hours a week checking part quality and looking for imperfections. All other shops spent just under 5 hours per week, with the median being 10 hours per week.
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The amount of time a shop spends inspection finished parts is usually determined by requirements from customers, or as part of certification requirements. In the latest Products Finishing Top Shops Benchmarking Survey results for liquid and powder coaters, the Top Shops spent 25 hours a week checking part quality and looking for imperfections. All other shops spent just under 5 hours per week, with the median being 10 hours per week.

For more information on the Products Finishing Top Shops Benchmarking Survey, click here

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