Quality management is a top priority at Techtory. Our products, processes and services are subject to a continuous improvement process. This saves resources, identifies synergies and reduces costs.
Using powerful SPC software, we analyze, evaluate and control machine capability (cm/cmk) and process capability (pp/ppk, cp/cpk).
Other quality management methods:
- Feasibility analysis / manufacturability assessment
- Plausibility check
- Initial sample inspection report according to VDA 6.1
- Defect recording via SPC
- Error evaluation according to Pareto principle
- Ishikawa error analysis incl. action plan
- Measuring equipment management
- Workplace design according to REFA
Before the order is placed, the focus is already on the complete manufacturing process. By working closely with customers and suppliers, we ensure that every detail that affects the manufacture of the product is considered.
Our pursuit of quality also accompanies the further course of the project until the delivery of your parts.
Throughout the manufacturing process we use the methods of CIP/Kaizen. By constantly proceeding according to the PDCA model, we practise the continuous improvement process with the desired goal of zero-defect production.
With the production control plan, we effectively control the quality of the end products as part of quality management.
It contains all quality-relevant product features resulting from customer-specific requirements and derived from FMEAs, such as test methods to be applied, test tools to be used, test frequency, tolerances to be observed incl. countermeasures to be initiated in case of dimensional deviation as well as requirements for incoming and outgoing goods inspections.
A conscientiously prepared production control plan is the starting point for high product quality.
A process flow chart provides a logical, graphical representation of a process sequence. The functional relationship or the chronological sequence of processes and sub-processes is clearly illustrated.
In quality management, we use flow charts to gain a deep understanding of the relevant processes and sub-processes involved. This is an important foundation for creating effective process FMEAs.
We use the Ishikawa diagram for targeted cause identification and defect analysis within the framework of quality management. The collection of possible causes in the team and their graphical representation greatly facilitates the narrowing down of any error and problem focal points and enables the main cause of an error to be tracked down.
Due to the group dynamics, we get quick results and can react at short notice. Process flows are optimized, and the cost of rework is minimized.
As a customer, you benefit from increased process reliability and reduced manufacturing costs.