A Manufacturing Defect Is an Imperfection in a Product That Departs From Its Intended Design
Video Transcribed: Tulsa Construction Attorney Brian Carter with tulsaconstructionlawyer.com. And in this video, I’m going to answer the question of what a manufacturing defect is? A manufacturing defect is an imperfection in a product that departs from its intended design, even though all possible care was used during assembly.
This means it doesn’t matter how careful the manufacturer was when designing the product, choosing the materials, creating the assembly line and issuing quality assurance guidelines, the product ended up, for some reason, failing its intended purpose.
A good example of this would be, when a contamination or a defective or substandard component gets introduced into the product in the manufacturing process. Excuse me. And resulting in a defective product as an end result. Brian Carter, tulsaconstructionlawyer.com. Thank you.