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Production readiness review
A Production Readiness Review (PRR) is: ‘A review of the manufacturing process (e.g., equipment, operator training, manufacturing documentation, control plan, associated measurement tools) by a multidisciplinary team to verify that the production processes are appropriately defined, documented and ready for production.’
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