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A successful quality control system addresses all aspects of a label's production

A successful quality control system addresses all aspects of a label's production

Label printers are masters of multitasking. Considering the factors of a successful label, a converter must take into account its size, shape, color, text, materials, special effects, readability, shelf appeal...the list of attention goes on. Ensuring that all elements of the label are consistent and meet customer demand at every pass boils down to one thing: quality.

Quality control, or QC for short, is considered as “a process by which entities review the quality of all factors involved in production.” Simple enough, before you consider just how many elements there are involved in a label’s successful production.

To put this into consideration, many theories of quality control address the following components: control over process, job management, defined and well-managed processes, performance and integrity criteria, identification of records, competence, personnel, organizational culture, motivation and quality relationships. The ways that converters approach these components of quality is unique to each company.

In other words, quality control is not achieved by making one or two small changes in a single department. It is the evaluation, assessment and re-evaluation 
of the company-wide policies that effect individal label quality. And every converter approaches this task differently.

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