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« Fast Takeoff: Introduction | Main | Fast Takeoff: Errors, part 2 »

March 31, 2009


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todd andersen

Ok if we have some number of errors in the system are we thinking we will see this errors at the smallest block level were most of the shear number of reactions are accruing. Or do we expect to see errors at any level in the building process assuming some 14 levels of assemble then the vast number of errors should be at the first 1-4 levels of production. The first level of the production of the sys would seem the most likely to have errors but if we build blocks at this level they could be called feedstock and the blocks could be checked in one way or another before there used in the useful product again cutting the error rate in the final part.


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