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四十多年来,ASI DATAMYTE面对各种各样的客户,一直提供解决方案。从财富500强企业,到中小型企业,在以下之挑战,我们提供的质量管理解决方案。

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挑战|特定设置阻碍评估和适当的基准测试

 

全球轮胎制造商使用测量各种轮胎尺寸的过程必须不仅需要评估零件,更需要整个过程。他们的挑战——创建一个动态的设置为评估横穿多个工厂点对点的测量过程。

客户不能评估一个具体的没有出口和数据排序的零件,这样会花大量人力。他们也无法用基准问题测试个别不使用大量手工数据聚合集中的数据库。这个手动过程创建时间点快照,没有能力支持实时视图。每个工厂独立计算他们的KPls,横穿多个工厂没有一致性。...

高级食品加工机依赖于艾司达特公司的SPC解决方案

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随着商业模式建立在倾听客户,预测他们的需求,与他们密切工作,以创造新的产品,这个食品加工公司是美国数一数二的食品服务供应商。

顾客依赖其预先打包的色拉原料包括几个最大的快餐连锁餐厅。

 

 

“过程控制,而不是产品控制”是公司的口号,其使用艾司达特公司的软件,用于密封完整性测量和净重控制已经超过了八年。

 

“我们在过程的每一步执行质量管理和过程控制,使用艾司达特的软件和数据采集仪”,公司董事长说,“这是更有效的质量管理,通过产品控制只关注测试和控制产品的操作” ...

Vestas创建全球质量协同效应

Vestas风能系统总部设在Aarhus,丹麦是世界上最大的风能解决方案的全球供应商。每年收入70亿,Vestas要求拿出15%分享给全球市场。该公司在9个国家设有制造工程,全球已经安装超过43000台涡轮机

 

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每四个分部或产品业务部门致力于制造风力涡轮机的一个特定部分。他们有质量管理的各个方面,如数据收集和组件的追溯性,这些影响所有的部门。同时,每个部门都有独特的质量需求。

 

机舱。发动机舱由齿轮和轴承围绕,主轴是由叶片驱动。这里的质量要求包括收集扭矩数据在紧固件上,统计过程控制和可追溯性的组件和材料。...

Harness the Power of Industrie 4.0 and IIoT

Industrie 4.0 is a network-based approach to industrialization. In manufacturing, it applies the “Industrial Internet of Things” (IIoT) to achieve ultimate smart control of factory lines.

Implementing pervasive intelligence throughout your factory can push your automation to new heights, enabling autonomous machines and smart products to interact and achieve blazing efficiencies, on-the-fly “batch of one” customizing, ultra-transparent quality assurance, integrated communications and more.

Discover how implementing Industrie 4.0 can help you improve what might currently seem to be your “maxed out” production speed, accuracy, quality and ...

See How Error-proofing Solution Upholds Quality, Saves Time and Reduces Costs

Quality Digest has been illuminating the path for quality professionals for more than 30 years. Recently, their weekly video podcast, Quality Digest Live, demonstrated the Wireless LightStar™ Torque Wrench and 600 WiFi Data Collector from ASI DATAMYTE.

This torque management solution raises the quality bar with SMARTWRENCH™ technology for precision auditing, including a patented angle restart algorithm eliminating false readings, verification of correct Nm wrench, and calibration tracking. The solution eliminates the downtime associated with reacting to false out-of-spec readings and costs associated with failed critical fasteners.

 See how the Wireless LightStar™ Torque Wrench and 600 WiFi Data Collector work.

Perception is Reality in Automotive Gap and Flush

As an automotive manufacturer, you’re well aware: quality is key to your success. Beyond making vehicles with zero defects, you hope customers perceive the high quality of your vehicles as much as you do.

 Yet, customers rely on their senses to judge vehicle quality and craftsmanship. In addition to seeking out that new-car smell, prospective buyers are paying attention to how your vehicles sound — and feel — when opening and closing doors, compartments and trunks; fastening straps; and driving. Are your customers complaining about vehicle squeaks and rattles, or excessive wind noise while cruising down the road?

The Small Auto Manufacturing Improvement with a Big Impact

As an automotive manufacturer, you’re well aware: quality is key to your success. Compromise the quality of your vehicles, and you risk costly rework, recalls and blows to your brand Reputation. That’s because customers have come to expect quality in not only the way their vehicles look and feel, but also in how they sound.

Does the fit and finish of your vehicles represent your original engineering design? Are your customers complaining about squeaks and rattles or wind noise? How do your vehicles look from far away — and up close? Are you confident that your vehicles’ trim pieces and door panels line up, without excessive gaps between parts or seal breaks?

If not, customers might wonder if these issues could lead to poor closure, thereby causing water leaks, rust, upholstery damage or humidity in headlights. Even issues that seem small could make consumers reconsider investing in the vehicles you’ve worked so hard to manufacture.

Gap and Flush Quality Impacts Customer Decisions

Does the fit and finish of your vehicles represent your original engineering design? Are your customers complaining about squeaks and rattles or wind noise? How do your vehicles look from far away — and up close? Are you confident that your vehicles’ trim pieces and door panels line up, without excessive gaps between parts or seal breaks?

 If not, customers might wonder if these issues could lead to poor closure, thereby causing water leaks, rust, upholstery damage or humidity in headlights. Even issues that seem small could make consumers reconsider investing in the vehicles you’ve worked so hard to manufacture.

An Advantage Your Automotive Competitors May Overlook

As an automotive manufacturer, you’re well aware that design aesthetics and quality precision are critical to your success. The vehicles you make must look like they’re from one manufactured piece, with minimal, practically invisible gaps. Achieve vehicle quality, and you gain a competitive edge, while also reducing your risk of costly rework, recalls and impacts to the reputation of your brand.

That’s because customers have come to expect quality in not only the way their vehicles look and feel, but also in how they sound.

Does the fit and finish of your vehicles represent your original engineering design? Are your customers complaining about squeaks and rattles or wind noise? How do your vehicles look from far away — and up close? Are you confident that your vehicles’ trim pieces and door panels line up, without excessive gaps between parts or seal breaks?

Gain the Upper Hand in Net Content Management

Today’s food and beverage manufacturers are challenged to achieve tight net content control. Underfill your product weight, volume or count, and you violate such regulations as the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act (FPLA). Overfill, and you not only waste raw materials, but also lose thousands — if not millions — of dollars in profit.

Yet, a wide range of issues can interfere with achieving tight net content control. These issues can stem from normal wear and tear of your production machinery to fluctuations in the raw materials used to make your products and beyond.

As a quality control manager, how do you find a balance between underfilling and overfilling to drive profitability while managing compliance?

Reduce Overfilling and Drive Savings to Your Bottom Line

Today’s food and beverage manufacturers are challenged to achieve tight net content control. Underfill your product weight, volume or count, and you violate regulatory guidelines. Overfill, and you not only waste raw materials, but also lose thousands — if not millions — of dollars in profit.

Yet, a wide range of issues can interfere with achieving tight net content control. They can stem from normal wear and tear of your production machinery to fluctuations in the raw materials used to make your products and beyond.

As a quality control manager, how do you balance the scales between underfilling and overfilling to drive profitability while managing compliance?

Balancing the Scales Between Compliance and Profitability

Cutting overfilling expense is — for many food and beverage manufacturers — only a dream. The focus instead has been to keep average fills above labeled content to avoid the ramifications of non-compliance.

Even though it’s known that excess overfill results in needless cost flowing right out the door, many food and beverage manufacturers find it difficult to find the right balance that achieves both regulation requirements and optimal profits.

 As a quality control manager, how do you balance the scales between underfilling and overfilling to drive profitability while managing compliance?

Are You Intentionally Overfilling to Avoid a Compliance Risk?

Today’s food and beverage manufacturers are challenged to achieve tight net content control. Underfill your product weight, volume or count, and you violate such regulations as the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act (FPLA).

StarKist Co., makers of StarKist®-brand shelf-stable seafood products, was sued for underfilling some of its five-ounce canned tuna products by as little as 0.03 ounces, which was in violation of state and federal law.

However, if you overfill to avoid noncompliance and lawsuits, you not only waste raw materials, but also lose thousands — if not millions — of dollars in profit.