Question: How is NDT different from QA/QC?
Answer 1: Do you know the difference in each? Quality Assurance and Quality Control are both part of quality management but both have distinct differences. Once you learn that, then you can do a comparative analysis, and determine how NDT corrolates. Time to do some homework.（Author: James Woodland From: Quora）
Answer 2: There is no much difference between NDT and QA/QC, NDT is non destructive testing used to test the materials with out disturbing the material and in different stages of the production. NDT is the sub branch of QA/QC. candidates who trained in NDT has number of job opportunities in India and abroad.（Author: Clara Hans From: Quora）
Answer 3: NDT, Non-Destructive Examination, is finding imperfections in materials or components that may affect their utility. The key feature is that NDT does this without damaging the item in the examination process.
QA, Quality Assurance, is a systematic documented process to achieve adequate product quality. NDT may be one of the steps in the process. If so, it is a QC (Quality Control) step, as could be a dimensional measurement.
Within the common area of Quality, all three terms denote quite different things.（Author: Mohan Babu From: Quora）
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