Up for auction I have several lots of short lived Quality Production Producing Program posters. The idea was that if you made it right the first time, t would be no wasted time reworking a part or worse, having to scrap a part out. Since t was no real training or schooling as to what "zero defects" is, or how to achieve "zero defects", the program went now These posters came from Renard Manufacturing Company, a machine shop in Seattle, who were Boeing certified. My father sub leased the lathe section at the time. Sadly Renard Manufacturing Company went under due to scrapping out a number of large jobs for the Navy, in the late 60's.
These are amazing rare work propaganda posters from the 60's. These posters measure about 15" x 20" and have been in storage since the late 60's. They all have wonderful, extremely bright colors. And are in terrific used condition. They come on extremely thick cardboard. LOT 1 has 4 different posters.
1) "Why didn't we think of ZERO DEFECTS before...it's been right under our noses all the time."
A beautiful black and white image that is really cool and striking. The left hand corner has Claudia Demvey's (?) signature. All of the edges are near perfect. In a couple of corners they are slightly lifting up. The back bottom has a small water... read more