Mountz, The Torque Tool Specialists®, hosted a torque webinar about how to deploy multiple error-proofing layers and techniques to your manufacturing process.
Error-proofing the complete tightening process control improves the quality control process for manufacturers by reducing the number of defective products pulled from the assembly line and hedging the risk of liability from product failures in the field. A screw rattling loose in the avionics of a high-performance jet or from an implanted medical device can cause major liability and reputational damage.
Safeguarding against sequence and tightening failures requires you to deploy tools equipped with error-proofing capabilities that track each screw the tools fasten. Eliminate product rework and warranties by adding another layer of error proofing to the manufacturing line.
What You Will Learn:
- Why an improper tightening process or incorrect tool selection can cause fastening failures
- Why is it important to torque the fasteners in the proper sequence
- Ways to implement multiple layers of error-proofing systems within manufacturing
- Tactics for programming and monitoring various parameters of the tightening process
- How to monitor and ensure the correct fastening sequence
- How to prevent parts leaving the production area with missing screws
- Transforming the manufacturing area to be COVID-19 compliant
- Best practices for error-proofing the fastening process and tightening sequence to help reduce product liability
Here’s your chance to learn how to improve quality by deploying error-proofing tactics quickly and the automation tools for transforming the production space to be COVID-19 compliant.
Mountz, Inc. provides torque arms and the tools to equip them for error-proofing assembly line or manufacturing facility. To find out how Mountz can deliver the precision your assembly operations demand, shop our store. Contact us anytime to ask a question. To inquire about price, request a quote. If you’d like to see our equipment in person, schedule an appointment. To get the latest torque-related news, follow us on LinkedIn.