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On the Way Towards Zero-Defect Production

 

Robotturn's Intelligent approach to zero-defect manufacturing

When it comes to CNC machining manufacturing, fractions of a mm can make the difference between a successful product and losing a customer. There are several ways to promote quality control (QC) in CNC production.
Based on our production experience in the very big European automotive subcontractors, we have developped a simple and efficient system to gain control on our quality output.
Supported by the robot and the quality logical program in the machine,  the operator of our Robotturn-II turning cell can get a "near to ZERO DEFECT" output. 
With the simple and efficient "HMRI" (Human-Machine-Robot-Interface),it is easy to maintain a stable and constant output of quality parts, even without the machine operator to be continiously on the spot!

One operator can handle easily till 8 machines!

Quality is a key factor in any industries, no exception in CNC machining. In order to meet the requirements of customer’s specification and avoid any quality problem when products arrive at customer’s side, you need to use many different kind of measuring devices and tools to check them in your cnc turning process.

Our integrated "HMRI" (Human Machine Robot Interface) takes over the control of this repetitive key point and will use the skills of every good operator to let him strictly control your products following the defined protocols. 

Quality control in manufacturing can be defined as the oversight of the different aspects of the manufacturing process. The main goal of implementing quality control in manufacturing is ensuring that products produced conform to the company’s, industry’s as well as consumer expectation every time.
Having a system for quality control monitors everything including the parts being produced as well as the employees that are producing the parts.
It is not only the customer that benefits from quality control by receiving products of high quality, but also the manufacturer since it reduces costs and increases efficiency.
To effectively implement quality control programs into a robotized CNC Lathe, you have to approach with caution. Imperfect implementation can be costly to the company.
  • Effective implementation starts by defining the quality standard of each product.
  • Then define the number of products to be tested before proceeding to employee training.
  • Finally, there should be a communication system to report defects or potential issues in cnc manufacturing.

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