KSC Workshop – Measuring TechniquesStorkstraat 30 ,3905 KX Veenendaal
Measuring is an important part of achieving good, manufacturable products, measuring is an important lubricant to get from design to manufacturable products.
During this workshop we will visit the Mitutoyo showroom in Veenendaal where we will pay attention to the knowledge building of various measuring techniques. We pay attention to the concept of design to proto and proto to serrie-based production. But of course, SPC (statistical process control) will also be an important part.
Measuring proto parts often focuses on assessing overall quality.
Measuring serial parts usually aims to control quality.
SPC is a powerful tool in serial production.
- 09.00 - 10.15 Bus ride to Mitutoyo.
- 10.15 - 10.30 Welcome at Veenendaal.
- 10.30 - 11.00 Measuring proto materials.
- 11.00 - 11.30 Measuring serial materials.
- 11.30 - 12.00 What is the addition of SPC?
- 12.00 - 13.00 Lunch
- 13.00 - 15.00 Guided tour.
- 15.00 - 16.00 Questions about measuring.
- 16.00 - 17.15 Bus ride to Mikrocentrum.
Everyone is welcomed and we go through the day. This day will teach us more about measuring proto and serial parts, what should we think about and what measuring tools are used for this.
Proto-parts are typically created in the early stages of product development to evaluate functionality, fit, and other design aspects. Measuring proto parts often focuses on assessing overall quality and comparing actual dimensions to design specifications to verify that the prototype meets requirements.
Serial parts, on the other hand, are produced in larger numbers as part of a production process. Measuring serial parts usually aims to control quality and detect any variability in the production process. In this case, measurement is often linked to statistical process control (SPC) to monitor process performance and intervene to correct deviations before defective parts are produced.
SPC is a powerful tool in serial production because it uses statistical techniques to collect and analyze relevant data, such as the variability of multiple measurements of produced parts. Using SPC, control charts can be created to identify trends, deviations or out-of-control situations so that process engineers can take timely corrective action.
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