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Family PFMEA and Control Plan

Discussion in 'FMEA - Failure Modes and Effects Analysis' started by Mark Paul, Mar 9, 2016.

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  1. Mark Paul

    Mark Paul Member

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    Does anyone have a generic PFMEA (secondarily a C Plan) for a small machine shop that does 1 to 10 piece precision orders? Receive, Lathe side 1, Lathe side 2, Mill, Drill, Tap, bore, ream, hone at any operation, and package? It's the small quantity that necessitates creating a family PFMEA because the actual PPAP paperwork often takes much longer when each feature on the print is ballooned and then we repeat the same information over ad-nauseam for each threaded hole or what ever according to the 120 features that are ballooned. We need a simpler way to say a drilled hole at one operation has certain FMEA chaecteristics no mater how many times it's on the print at that lathe or mill or whatever, be it radius, chamfer, thread, runout, etc. WHEW!
     
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    Hi Mark,
    I can share an example template for Control Plan for you to get some ideas. Here you go!
    Sample Control Plan template.jpg
     
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    Thank you, that should help in our development!
     

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