Best practices for Assessing Quality in Assembly

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Issues Assessing Quality in Assembly

Assembly inspections are complex because many components and sub-assemblies must come together and be installed correctly within a designated TAKT Time. The collection of, and reaction to, critical inspection data needs to be orchestrated in tandem with your assembly process. But, with a paper-based inspection many issues can arise.

Missed and poorly documented quality issues often result in added costs as non-conforming units are passed along to downstream processes where value is added. Further complicating the process flow and data collection is the routing of non-conforming units in and out of the standard flow to repair loops and offline audit stations.

A digital quality solution can mitigate many of the problems that come with a paper-based inspection and help you to verify the critical quality aspects of your assembly at each verification/quality gate.

Contact An Expert

The Benefits of Going Paperless

Nick Roncone

Business Development Manager
ATS Applied Tech Systems

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Nick has over thirty years of experience working with manufacturers of all types to define and implement projects related to improving the capture and use of Quality data.

Register for Nick’s exclusive webinar for the casting industry on November 12th, 2019 at 11AM EST.

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