Aerospace Manufacturers Need to be Familiar with Statistical Process Control to Ensure Quality
Statistical Process Control (SPC) is commonly used by aerospace manufacturers as part of their quality control programs. Using SPC, quality control specialists can quickly identify when processes are producing results outside their normal variances. This allows companies to continuously improve product quality, while limiting scrap and waste to cut costs. Intrex Aerospace uses advanced SPC software in conjunction with our Epicor ERP/MRP system to create control charts and identify processes that need to be addressed. Our quality control team ensures that the data used in these reports is precise and accurate, using CMMs in a climate-controlled environment for our measurements. We can also provide accurate Cpk data on our natural process variations as well, providing quality assurance that we can maintain the precision tolerances that aerospace manufacturers require.
In addition to SPC, we employ many other good manufacturing practices such as lean and Six Sigma to ensure that we meet our clients’ demands for high-quality aerospace parts. Intrex also has experience in forecasting demand to maintain high on-time delivery rates and with program management that allows us to deliver parts with a number of value-added processes completed. Our ability to cut costs while maintaining high quality levels and making reliable on-time deliveries has helped us become a trusted supplier to many aerospace manufacturers around the world and fueled our growth as we continue to meet their increasing demands.
To learn more about how we implement SPCs and what sets Intrex Aerospace apart from other contract aerospace manufacturers, contact us today.