Assessing Quality in Weld Audits
Defects missed during weld audits are expensive to correct as components may be added after a frame or other substructure has been welded. Adding value to a defective structure simply means added costs to repairs or scrap.
As a supplier to an OEM, shipping non conformances on a welded subassembly means an expensive exercise in sorting, corrective action procedures and time. On top of all this, if you’re shipping in sequence to a customer, the time frame for identifying a weld issue and making repairs is short.
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 welds.
The Benefits of Going Paperless
Business Development Manager
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.
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