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1960s coloring in manufacturing of fabric and plastic

Thanks @tiger guy - I had found that article, Unfortunately it doesn't say anything about the transition from 60s to 70s. But I'm looking into some of the bibliography for potential clues.
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1960s coloring in manufacturing of fabric and plastic

I can only guess it is because of limitations in early production methods, but I could be wrong. Most internet sources suggest it is merely a question of fashion, though none give references to ...
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What are typical manufacturing error rates?

The most common measure of a high quality process these days is "six sigma." This means a process whose variability as measured in standard deviations is six standard deviations from the ...
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