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Analys av slutmonteringsprocesser utifrån ett kvalitetsperspektiv

Bruzelius, Marcus and Werne, Oscar (2014) MIO920
Production Management
Abstract
Problem definition The supplier is currently experiencing some quality
issues regarding the assembly of their brake
components. The main problem is that the assembly
lines function as filters for the entire manufacturing
process. This is a rather inefficient and costly way of
working, errors made in previous processes or by
suppliers are brought to awareness first during
assembly. In order to address these quality issues in
a prioritized way, the supplier needs an updated
PFMEA and a new system for registration of deviant
products.
Purpose The purpose of the Master Thesis is to assist the
supplier in the development of new quality assurance
documents in accordance to ISO/TS 16949. The
supplier also needs a more efficient way... (More)
Problem definition The supplier is currently experiencing some quality
issues regarding the assembly of their brake
components. The main problem is that the assembly
lines function as filters for the entire manufacturing
process. This is a rather inefficient and costly way of
working, errors made in previous processes or by
suppliers are brought to awareness first during
assembly. In order to address these quality issues in
a prioritized way, the supplier needs an updated
PFMEA and a new system for registration of deviant
products.
Purpose The purpose of the Master Thesis is to assist the
supplier in the development of new quality assurance
documents in accordance to ISO/TS 16949. The
supplier also needs a more efficient way of handling
and analysing data regarding deviant products.
Methodology The Master Thesis started of with a descriptive
research methodology, it was later exchanged for an
explanatory methodology as the work progressed.
The nature of the supplier’s problems demanded an
applied research method for the Master Thesis.
Interviews and observations have been used as the
primary tools for collecting data. Both primary and
secondary data were used in the Master Thesis.
Experienced employees validated the Master Thesis’
final results.
Result
The Results of the Master Thesis are:
• Newly developed PFMEA document for
the assembly processes.
• A newly developed Control Plan
document for the assembly processes.
• Guidelines for how the supplier should
work with these new documents in
accordance with ISO/TS 16949.
A new registration system for deviant
products, the system will provide
accessible data for further analysis
Conclusion The new PFMEA and Control Plan documents
provide the supplier with a more realistic view over
the quality situation in the assembly processes. The
documents can be used to identify areas that need
improvement, or they could be used as input during
process development projects.
The new registration system enables a much less
time consuming follow up process for the data
regarding deviant products. (Less)
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author
Bruzelius, Marcus and Werne, Oscar
supervisor
organization
course
MIO920
year
type
M1 - University Diploma
subject
keywords
Quality Assurance, ISO/TS 16949, Deviant Products Handling, FMEA, PFMEA, Control Plan.
other publication id
5503/14
language
Swedish
id
5050335
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  abstract     = {Problem definition The supplier is currently experiencing some quality
issues regarding the assembly of their brake
components. The main problem is that the assembly
lines function as filters for the entire manufacturing
process. This is a rather inefficient and costly way of
working, errors made in previous processes or by
suppliers are brought to awareness first during
assembly. In order to address these quality issues in
a prioritized way, the supplier needs an updated
PFMEA and a new system for registration of deviant
products.
Purpose The purpose of the Master Thesis is to assist the
supplier in the development of new quality assurance
documents in accordance to ISO/TS 16949. The
supplier also needs a more efficient way of handling
and analysing data regarding deviant products.
Methodology The Master Thesis started of with a descriptive
research methodology, it was later exchanged for an
explanatory methodology as the work progressed.
The nature of the supplier’s problems demanded an
applied research method for the Master Thesis.
Interviews and observations have been used as the
primary tools for collecting data. Both primary and
secondary data were used in the Master Thesis.
Experienced employees validated the Master Thesis’
final results.
Result
The Results of the Master Thesis are:
• Newly developed PFMEA document for
the assembly processes.
• A newly developed Control Plan
document for the assembly processes.
• Guidelines for how the supplier should
work with these new documents in
accordance with ISO/TS 16949.
A new registration system for deviant
products, the system will provide
accessible data for further analysis
Conclusion The new PFMEA and Control Plan documents
provide the supplier with a more realistic view over
the quality situation in the assembly processes. The
documents can be used to identify areas that need
improvement, or they could be used as input during
process development projects.
The new registration system enables a much less
time consuming follow up process for the data
regarding deviant products.},
  author       = {Bruzelius, Marcus and Werne, Oscar},
  keyword      = {Quality Assurance,ISO/TS 16949,Deviant Products Handling,FMEA,PFMEA,Control Plan.},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Analys av slutmonteringsprocesser utifrån ett kvalitetsperspektiv},
  year         = {2014},
}