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Metal Stamping Defects Not an Option for Automotive Stamped Parts - Manufacturers Require Suppliers Use Automotive Quality Core Tools

on 12/6/17 6:42 AM | By Tim Lynch | 0 Comments | INDUSTRY: Automotive Quality Control
In an increasingly global automotive market, suppliers such as precision metal stamping firms must be able to deliver parts with zero defects and comply with changing international industry standards, including the new IATF 16949 quality guidelines. What has not changed are the Quality Core Tools developed some 30 years ago by the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) and domestic auto manufacturers. This article reviews how those Quality Core Tools are used to prevent and detect metal stamping defects.
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