Tool & Mold Making

In-house mould, mandril and fixture making workshops

Purpose and Scope
To ensure the proper Design & Development of Mould and Mandrel.
Responsibility:
CNC and TWSP department are responsible to carry out all the activities of Mould and Mandrel development and co-ordinate with the concern departments to ensure the Mould and Mandrel development on time.

Material Arrangemet and Inspection
Machining with CNC Milling, Turning Center, Wire Cut
Mold Assembly, Polishing and Inspection

Cross functional feasiblity & project Review Studies

Purpose and Scope
To ensure the proper Design & Development of Mandrel.
Responsibility:
TWSP department is responsible to carry out all the activities of Mandrel development and co-ordinate with the concern departments to ensure the Mandrel development on time.

Implementation of Automotive Core Tools

The Automotive Core Tools include Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP), Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Measurement System Analysis (MSA), Production Part Approval Process (PPAP), Statistical Process Control (SPC) and (additionally) the 8D method.

The Automotive Core Tools are therefore proven and required methods for quality planning and control. The use of these quality methods supports employees in securing and improving processes and procedures and forms the basis for an effective quality management system in accordance with the requirements of the automotive industry.

3D Printing for rapid prototyping

The Automotive Core Tools are therefore proven and required methods for quality planning and control. The use of these quality methods supports employees in securing and improving processes and procedures and forms the basis for an effective quality management system in accordance with the requirements of the automotive industry.

Measurement System Analysis

Measurement System Analysis (MSA) is an experimental and mathematical method of determining how much the variation within the measurement process contributes to overall process variability.
Measurement Systems Analysis allows us to make sure that the variation in our measurement is minimal compared to the variation in our process.
The purpose of MSA is to assess the error due to measurement systems.
The error can be partitioned into specific sources:
-Precision
Repeatability – within an operator or piece of equipment
Reproducibility – operator to operator or attribute gage to attribute gage

-Accuracy
Stability – accuracy over time
Linearity- accuracy throughout the measurement range
Resolution
Bias – Off-set from true value