Solid forming is a machining-intensive method for manufacturing components in a wide variety of production processes. Particularly with regard to possible areas of application in which special strengths as well as energy and material efficiency are of great importance, solid formed components must be of especially high quality. The complete picture of the process chain is of central importance for both manufacturers and customers. Consequences of a lack of traceability include:
- Lack of ability to assign individual components to specific process steps and/or products
- No component-specific containment of defects
Senodis is aware of the great importance of information transfer and data availability along the process chain and enables with its products a complete component biography and thus transparency about material and quality parameters.
Application example: Internal Q control solid forming
In-process inspections are elementary pillars of quality assurance. From time to time, specification deviations occur which put the component quality in question. To avoid mixing with good parts and to be able to precisely isolate defects, Senodis supports with modern track and trace solutions.
- Precise defect containment
- Reduction of the number of parts to be scrapped (due to precise time delimitation)
- Reduction of the scope of sorting measures