In Reply to Parent Post by andygr
Listing the supplers data sheet number for the plastic is all you need if that is what you called out in your design. If some one got fancy and created a internal spec then you have to verify. If not then only a ref to the C of C is only required. For the screw it probly is called out as a MS number of some other call out. You would list that and verification would be the C of C # xxx line item 3.
The Nadcap referance was only an example of flow down. In your case what would happen if you did not use IPC certifed solderers? If you are violating a customer or regulatory requirement then evidance of compliance is required with out a doubt. If it is called out as part of your processing spec it has to be covered a as part of the spec verification. If it is just a general shop practice ( good practice it is) you do not have to account for it on the FAI.
Hope this clears it up.
Thanks for your help, so in wraping this up.
1: We'll just list the raw material along with the suppliers data sheet
2: All hardware has to be called out?
As I stated earlier we have over 50 items that goes into the widgets top level assembly from screws, nuts, fastners, rubber gromets, etc.. all of these items that go into the item has to be recorded on our FAI?
I guess this also applies to any subassemblies as well.
Also on a side note how far down do you go into the subassemblies? If the oem is buying to our drawing?
3. IPC is only for our requirement and not mandated by our customer. So it does not have to be accounted for in the FAI.