Our casting process involves mold making, assembly, stuccoing, burnout & preheating, pouring, knock-out, finishing, and inspection. We also perform various inspections in production line such as visual examination, dimensional measurement, hardness test, chemical composition analysis, mechanical property analysis, and non-destructive examination at supplier factory.
Identifying defective parts from suppliers upon arrival allows us to establish and maintain strict quality standards. Implementing a comprehensive incoming inspection process prevents defective parts from entering into assembly line, and we eliminate costly scrap and rework as well.
By integrating portable device such as measuring arms, into the receiving inspection process, operators are able to have a quick and efficient way to determine whether or not these parts meet specifications and design requirements.
The quality requirements of a top-notch machine tools manufacturers are extremely high. The commitment to quality demands continuous research and development in order to exceed the industrial standards and expectations.
Inspection center utilizes coordination measuring machines, optical comparators, surface gages, and countless varieties of micrometers, pin gages and calipers to ensure excellence and customer satisfaction, as well as the quality.
Production Line Inspection
We apply a method called "Inspecting while assembling," which means conducting inspection during the production process.
This approach of inspection helps to control the quality of products by fixing the sources of defects immediately. It can easily improve productivity, reduce defect rates, and save time, efforts on final inspection. It could fix the problems at the outset, and prevents common mistakes being made continually and ensure the quality of the products within production line.
Our QC technician operates ball bar measurement system checking the linear positioning and geometry on every single Akira-Seiki machine before the shipping. The ultra-precise ball bar tracks movement base on machine is undergoing a series of circular moves to certify synchronous movement and verify machine geometry.
The device generates a chart that illustrating machine condition and performance data. Any deviations in geometry or positioning will show up as distorted circles, which are very easy to be noticed. Each Akira-Seiki machine will have a copy of its chart analysis attached with as an assurance that it is accurate and properly aligned.