Regulatory guidelines stipulate that to qualify an automated inspection system, it must be proven that its capability to identify pre-established defects is comparable to or exceeds that of a manual inspection. A widely adopted approach for this purpose is the Knapp & Kushner technique.

In this article our Process Engineer and Visual Inspection & CCIT specialist Robin Van Mechelen, along with Jérémy Udé, an experienced MSAT Process Engineer at Leo Pharma, shed light on determining the optimal number of runs for automatic inspection machines with the KNAPP method

📖 Dive into our expert insights in the October edition of La Vague magazine by A3P Association.

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