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Old 10th January 2008, 10:00 PM
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Re: Develop Control plan from PFMEA: how to?

Nicely done Icy

I was taught that the Flow - FMEA - Control Plan is a loop

First list your process steps (Flow)

Identify risks in each process step (FMEA)

Put in place controls to manage those risks (Control Plan)

Of course in the lean mean automotive scene of the 00s we all pretty much only have time to quickly copy the last control plan, change the part number and dimensions, find a decent looking FMEA on the Cove, change the header and send all it in with the PPAP package...and hope the customer has contracted out the review.

A real shame, cause when it's done right it works!
Thank You to Caster for your informative Post and/or Attachment!

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