A pass/fail tolerance is understood as the amount of color variation that is taken as acceptable. For the parts are tolerances specified by customer expectations. In automotive, plastics, paint and coating industry are the color tolerances very tight, but in other industries they can be much less strict.
For example, if you work in automotive industry, everything from the bumper through the door handles to the steering wheel and dashboard must match unconditionally regardless of lighting conditions. Due to this requirement are the pass/fail limits for automobiles very, very strict.
On the other side tolerances must also reflect the capability of the production processes. A delta E CMC setting makes it much harder to achieve expectations for accurate and consistent color. In the automotive industry, the processes for painted or injection-molded parts are highly capable. They can make very small repeatings of the same part over and over again with the same precise color control.
For example in printing, where the standards may be G7, SWOP or GRACol. Other master numbers can come from an OK sheet or an approved press pull. Unfortunately a printing press is not capable to achieve a tolerance anywhere as it is in paint process with consistent basis. Most printing applications do not even try a commercial factor of 0.5. They would be throwing away virtually everything they made.
Printing industry standards are usually L*a*b or LCh, Delta E CMC or often simply delta E. The typical setting for observers is D50 lighting, 2-degrees, as opposed to D65/10 for the car. The typical printing pass/fail standard is a delta E CMC of 2.0 or more. In some processes it may be even 5.0. Print tolerances have to be then more free because this process simply cannot do better on a consistent basis.
For industries, such as textiles, furniture, wall coverings or retail paint, the setting of the delta E CMC is too low. It means that they are not able to produce sellable products at a good cost.
The pass/fail tolerance setting is definitely about finding the balance between process capability and customer expectations, a buy-sell agreement between how accurately the customer wants you to make it and how much the customer is willing to pay.
Author: Jana Loskotova
The GSC come into effect on 1.5.2021
The GSC come into effect on 1.5.2021
The company GQsystems, s.r.o., with its registered office at Kasalova 581/27, 949 01 Nitra, Slovak Republic, with its operation at: Strojnícka 34, 82105 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, ID No.: 46 371 621, Tax ID No: 2023343223, VAT ID No.: SK2023343223, registered in the Business Register of the District Court Nitra, Section: Sro, Insert number: 29893/N "). (hereinafter referred to as the „Company“)
PURPOSE OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
SThe company GQsystems, s.r.o. processes personal data in several different ways and for appropriate purposes:
INFORMATION SYSTEM HUMAN RELATIONS AND WAGES - PAM
Personal data in the PAM - Human Resources and Wages information system are processed for the purpose of keeping the personnel agenda and paying wages to employees of the Company, as well as fulfilling the related legal obligations in accordance with the applicable legislation of the Slovak Republic. Personal data are processed within the fulfilment of the legal obligations of the operator pursuant to Art. 6 par. 1, point c) of Regulations (in particular obligations arising from Act No. 311/2001 Coll., the Labour Code and on amendments to certain acts as amended, and employer's obligations arising from Act No. 461/2003 Coll. on Social Insurance and Act No. 580/2004 Coll. on Health Insurance. The person affected has legal obligation to provide his/her personal data. Personal data are processed in accordance with Article 6 (1) (a) of the Regulation (processing based on consent - photograph). The employee's personal data will be provided to the following beneficiaries: entities providing development, management and support of information technologies, entities providing external audit performance, company on servers of which the personal data are stored, company providing personnel and payroll agenda. Data holding periods are laid down by separate regulations. Public authorities, auditors and lawyers, health insurance companies, Social insurance company, clients, intermediaries responsible for IT infrastructure management are recipients of personal data.
INFORMATION SYSTEM ACCOUNTING
The purpose of processing personal data in the information system accounting is to comply with legal obligations of the operator resulting from separate regulations (the Act on Accounting, the Act on Value Added Tax, the Act on Income Tax, etc.). The legal basis for the processing of personal data is the fulfilment of a legal obligation under Art. 6 par. 1, point (c) of the Regulation. The data holding period for personal data is 10 years. Public authorities, auditor and lawyer, intermediary company responsible for administration of accounting agenda, intermediary responsible for management of IT infrastructure are the recipients of personal data.
INFORMATION SYSTEM DIRECT MARKETING
Personal data in the information system direct marketing is processed for the purpose of customer care, providing information on products and services and market research (sending news, newsletters, etc.), where the data is processed only if the customer gives consent to the processing of personal data. Personal information within the information system is provided to the intermediary for the administration of the customer service agenda and customer care. Data holding periods are set in accordance with the provided consent of the data subject in question.
INFORMATION SYSTEM ARCHIVING AND REGISTRATION
Personal data in the registry administration information system are processed in compliance with the legal obligations of the operator pursuant to Art. 6 par. 1, point c) of the Regulation (in particular obligations arising from Act No. 395/2002 Coll. on archives and registries and on amendments to certain acts, as amended) and obligations arising from the Act No. 305/2013 Coll. on Electronic Form of the Exercise of Powers of Public Authorities Bodies and on amendments to certain acts - the Act on e-Government). The provision of personal data is a legal obligation of the data subject in question. The employee's personal data will be provided to the following beneficiaries: IT development, management and support entities, external audit entities, telecommunications service providers. Data holding periods are laid down by separate regulations.
INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR REPORTING OF ANTI-SOCIAL ACTIVITY AND SERIOUS ANTI-SOCIAL ACTIVITY
Personal data in the information system of reporting of anti-social activity and serious anti-social activity are processed within the fulfilment of legal obligations of the operator pursuant to Art. 6 par. 1, point c) of the Regulation (in particular obligations arising from Act No. 307/2014 Coll. on certain measures related to the reporting of anti-social activities and amendment of certain acts. The provision of personal data is a legal obligation of the person concerned. The employee's personal data will be provided to the following recipients: public authorities bodies. Individual data holding periods are laid down by separate regulations.
INFORMATION SYSTEM PERSONNEL ACTIVITY
Personal data in the information system personnel activity are processed within fulfilment of the contractual obligations pursuant to Art. 6 par. 1, point b) of the Regulation and based on the consent of the data subject in question within the meaning of Art. 6 par. 1, point a), article 9, par. 2, point (a) of the Regulation. The provision of personal data is necessary for performance of the contract to which the person concerned is a party, including pre-contractual relations. With the consent of the data subject in question, the operator shall provide personal data to the recipients in order to fill a job vacancy with a suitable candidate. Individual data holding periods are set in accordance with the processing of personal data, at least for 6 months respectively after fulfilling the purpose of providing personal data, which is the conclusion of the employment relationship of the person concerned with the operator.
The company GQsystems, s.r.o. processes personal data based on the consent of the data subjects in question or under legal regulation. Personal data are processed in the company GQsystems, s.r.o. primarily for the purpose of fulfilling the obligations of the employer in connection with the employment, within the pre-contractual relations processes the personal data of job seekers as well as for the purposes defined above.
PRINCIPLES OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
The company GQsystems, s.r.o. when processing personal data, adheres to the following principles:
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION GUARANTEE
The company GQsystems, s.r.o. has adequate personnel, organizational and technical measures, which are processed in the personal data protection documentation.
The company GQsystems, s.r.o. has elaborated a security policy and guidelines for each information system governing the method of processing of personal data, with particular emphasis on the protection of the rights of data subjects in question.
The company GQsystems, s.r.o. does not carry out the cross-border transfer of personal data.
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