Maintain quality by ensuring that your products consistently meet customer specifications throughout the production process.
With [Ideagen Quality Management] PPAP, I can now do a PPAP with similar requirements in just a few hours.
Enable a smooth production process
Following a PPAP process is essential to ensuring that customer specification requirements are met on a consistent basis. The elements that make up a PPAP outline clear guidelines for suppliers to know exactly what is expected of them.
Enable a smooth production process by implementing the elements that relate to your organisation and avoid potential obstacles that could require time-consuming corrective actions.
Plan to succeed with comprehensive risk assessments
PPAP software supports the ability to make informed decisions at the right time by enabling the use of DFMEAs and PFMEAs. These run crucial risk assessments into the possible failures surrounding both the design of the product and the overall manufacturing process.
Once these are outlined, you can then link the features from the drawing to the processes and implement a control plan detailing the correct preventative measures to ensure you're always one step ahead.
Implement our PPAP software
Create process flow diagrams, FMEAs, PFMEAs and control plans.
Keep processes relevant
Customise PPAP list and adhere to phase 4 of APQP.
Utilise FAIR functionality
Implement FAIR functionality within PPAP software to meet outlined specifications.
Improve internal collaboration
Access PPAP elements, status colour coding and customisable report outputs.
Address issues swiftly
Complete Part Submission Warrants to sign-off with your customers.
Improve customer communication
Output professional PPAP reports to keep your customers updated.
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A PPAP is required anytime a new part is being planned or if there are changes to be made to an existing one. It may also be required if a customer requests it.
• Level 1 – Part Submission Warrant (PSW) only submitted to the customer • Level 2 – PSW with product samples and limited supporting data • Level 3 – PSW with product samples and complete supporting data • Level 4 – PSW and other requirements as defined by the customer • Level 5 – PSW with product samples and complete supporting data available for review at the supplier’s manufacturing location.