To guarantee that the development process begins correctly from the very beginning, we apply a number of tools at this early stage. The goal is, in cooperation with the customer, to clearly define which demands and standards the product will need to meet.
Advanced Product Quality Planning is a procedure used when tasks need to be defined. The method involves a systematic review of all aspects of the project at an early stage. Using this tool makes it possible to cooperate with the customer on planning and monitoring the process, steering clear of potential pitfalls.
Today, IPC-WHMA-A-620 is the most prevalent international industry standard within wire and cable assembly. IPC operates with three product classifications, and in the start-up phase, we apply the IPC standard to define which classification the actual product belongs to.
Failure Mode andEffect Analysis is an effective tool employed to highlight potential risks. Elfac uses the technique to review all processes and conduct ongoing risk assessments, as well as using it to define control plans.