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Producing IATF 16949 compliant calibration certificates
Producing IATF 16949 compliant calibration certificates
Producing IATF 16949 compliant calibration certificates
Producing IATF 16949 compliant calibration certificates
Producing IATF 16949 compliant calibration certificates
Producing IATF 16949 compliant calibration certificates
Producing IATF 16949 compliant calibration certificates
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Old 12th March 2018, 02:57 PM
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Re: Producing IATF 16949 compliant calibration certificates

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Typically, nut runners etc are set (and locked) to a value, determined from a calibrated torque mastering device. You *can* send them to a lab, however, it's much more cost effective to use a setting master (calibrated) and verify the drivers to that.
Yes, good point. I do assume that they calibrate their torque devices in house when due. The issue I am concerned with is if they rely on our calibration certificate for any amount of time.

You do agree that the tool has to be calibrated by someone if its reading is used to make decisions for a production process within a IATF16949 or VDA automotive environment, correct? That's the first argument I have to have with these guys.

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