CMM Inspection – Products dimensions are inspected during and after the production process based on customer specification using coordinate measuring machines. This inspection process helps ensure that goods conform to customer requirements for their product.
Optical Comparator / Visual Inspection – Optical measuring machines are used at high magnification to perform visual inspections in conjunction with the dimensional inspection process. This process allows Swiss Tech Precision to detect discrepancies that may otherwise be undetected without magnification.
First Article Inspection – First article inspections are conducted for the initial run for all parts as well as all revision changes. This step is designed to check all dimensions as well as material and processes for conformance to customer specifications.
In-Process Inspection – This procedure, which occurs during the production process, helps ensure that customers only receive conforming goods. If a good is non-conforming, production will stop responsible process stage and components will not be further processed until issues have been resolved. MIL-STD 105E acceptance sampling is used for assuring the quality of incoming and outgoing goods. Our acceptance sampling plans determine the sample size and criteria for accepting or rejecting a batch based on the quality of a sample using statistical principles.
Lot Inspection – Product lots are sampled during the production process to further determine if specifications are being met. An inspection lot consists of product produced under similar conditions, using similar materials, personnel, and methods. An inspection lot can be the entire production lot, or only part of the production lot.
Certifications - Swiss Tech Precision is ITAR registered and ISO 9001 Compliant