Welding engineers, or other process engineer support staff can perform production process reviews to assess your current capabilities, works shop layout and quality management system to highlight short to long-term opportunities to improve. Such reviews with an experienced engineer can highlight a number of ways you can improve quality and reduce costs. This can be in the form of shop floor walk round following an audit-based approach, and subsequent report and recommendations.
The outputs of such reviews can include:
- Recommendations on design changes to promote improvements in service performance e.g. elimination of fatigue cracks.
- Identification of opportunities to adapt existing processes or technologies, or introduce new ones for specific products or applications.
- Understanding of the impacts of current process-material-procedure combinations on product quality; highlighting potential risks / recommendations.
This form can help you to identify potential opportunities for improvement in relation to the various activities you undertake. As an industrial member, a TWI engineer could visit your facility to review and address these issues; just check the boxes and submit the form to see how we can help you.
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