Manufacturing test requirement design specification

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Manufacturing test requirement design specification (MTRD) is a document which specifies how testing is to be implemented on a new or modified manufactured product. The specification includes which tests will be applied to different build processes, the percentage of coverage for each stage of those build process, and how data on errors and problems will be gathered and processed. It would be expected to refer heavily to the organisation's Quality Management System (QMS).

The MTRD is usually developed by the manufacturing test engineers and presented to the program managers. The schedules and deliverables are then reviewed by engineering, quality and operations teams and the finalized document signed off.

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