zero-defect

ze·ro-de·fect

(zîr′ō-dē′fĕkt′, -dĭ-fĕkt′, zē′rō-)
adj.
Having no flaws or errors: a zero-defect political campaign.
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In the future, the focus will be on achieving zero-defect quality in products, which will increase the need for smart test systems.
Hand soldering of high-density printed boards demands highly skilled operators to ensure a zero-defect soldering process, and this contest--IPC's annual competition at SMT Hybrid Packaging--will recognize the best skills in hand soldering complex printed board assemblies.
Changes in industry standards emphasizing zero-defect component manufacturing and more rigorous change controls were major precursors to the restrictions put on Amphenol Aerospace.
This upgrade now allows for automatic mold identification, in addition to cost-effective cavity pressure monitoring and 100% zero-defect parts quality, within plastics injection-molding applications, Kistler says.
100% zero-defect parts quality in plastics injection molding apps.
According to a report in Business Standard, Toyota India has retained the number one position in the country for bringing out zero-defect vehicles - an achievement that has gone to it for the past two years.
Toyota India, a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM) (LSE: TYT) (TYO: 7203), has retained the number one position in India for launching zero-defect vehicles.
The IntElect machines, with their precise and highly sensitive drives and automation integrated in the machine, satisfy Ihese specific requirements with zero-defect production.
Quantapoint says it provides laser-scanning technology and services that help its clients achieve Zero-Defect Projects[TM].
Tokyo, Japan, Dec 6, 2006 - (JCN) - Advantest and Cadence Design Systems announced a collaborative partnership on December 6 to deliver a methodology for zero-defect testing of digital automotive electronics.
To further the company's goal of zero-defect remodeling, Jerome Quinn and his staff at Sawhorse in Atlanta developed a series of checklists, basically for trade subcontractors, to tighten quality control.
To be able to meet this challenge, we need new tools that measure up to the requirements of a zero-defect culture.