TOLERANCE- AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT

TOLERANCE- AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT DESIGNING PRODUCT QUALITY WITH PROCESS RELIABILITY

Increase transparency and product quality to avoid manual rework by digitalizing your quality assurance process. We accompany you during the analysis and optimization in the area of tolerance- and quality management. Thereby we show possibilities how product design, tolerance definition and measurement technology can be linked consistently. Our long-standing experience from reference projects in automotive and aircraft construction allows us to show you tailor-made solutions to optimize your product quality. Let our experts show you which possibilities exist to make your tolerance- and quality management process reliable.

OUR VIEW OF tolerance and QUALITY MANAGEMENT in Digital Factory

PROJECT EXAMPLES

Measuring plan Editor

Challenge: Definition of measuring points on the original component geometry

Solution: Measurement planning software; measurement point creation on surfaces, trims, holes, bolts and folds

Benefit: With little manual effort to the finished measurement plan, as well as providing the information for subsequent processes

Measuring plan editor
QA Report

QA-Report 

Challenge: Time-consuming manual creation of inspection plans and media breaks between CAD system and inspection planning

Solution: Measurement planning software with change process; definition of measurement points on original component geometry (2D)

Benefit: Creating the bridge between product development and quality planning, as well as a low manual effort to the finished measurement plan

Measurement Data Manager

Challenge: Networking of the involved measurement technology areas: Measurement planning system, measurement programming system and evaluation system

Solution: Development of a central measurement data management system; version management and change management

Benefit: Reduction of administrative effort and higher data security

Variant management
Measurement data exchange

Measurement data feedback

Challenge: Bidirectional measurement data exchange between CAx system and measuring machine; possibility of errors with manual data exchange

Solution: Export of measuring points of geometric features (contour, holes, etc.); data format conforming to measuring machine

Benefit: Minimization of change loops and avoidance of errors in data transmission between CAx system and measuring machine