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The quality assurance process at SAXONIA starts during the bidding phase and continues from the moment we get the bid to the end of series production.
Future-oriented quality advanced planning methods, such as APQP, FMEA, a product control plan (CP), testing plan, MSA / testing process suitability according to VDA Volume 5, capability studies(Cmk, Ppk) and PPAP/PPF are used extensively to make this happen.
In our machine and testing equipment development department, we implement your testing requirements individually for each workpiece.
Throughout series production, we use SPC, Poka-Yoke solutions and fully automatic testing procedures. All quality data is archived in our CAQ system and is available for analysis and tracing.
The basis of quality advanced planning at SAXONIA is software-supported FMEA creation.
True to the motto "Quality is produced and not controlled" we are using FMEA early on in the process to identify and avoid potential sources of errors quickly. With the 5-step method according to VDA 4.3, we are using the latest techniques for FMEA creation.
A great emphasis in modern precision systems is placed on avoiding dirt and particles.
There are many national and international testing requirements for residual dirt analyses. SAXONIA performs residual dirt analyses in accordance with these testing requirements in its in-house lab or with the help of external specialists.
The results of these tests are, for example, documented and evaluated in accordance with VDA Volume 19.
The in-house special machine construction department specializes in the product-specific development of optical-tactile test machines. Geometry and surface inspections performed by high-resolution vision systems with specific lighting concepts are adapted to their respective tasks by hardware and software specialists.
We monitor the process inline or through a 100% final inspection with a time-neutral repeat measurement accuracy of less than µ. Surface defects can also be detected in this way.
Use of laser-based measurement methods for samples, inline process control or the 100% final inspection.