Maintenance requirements for Production Equipment in AS9100D

kylerf

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#1
We are preparing for an AS9100D/ISO 2015 certification in a month.

What is actually going to be required as for maintenance? these standards seem to be pretty cut and dry compared to what IATF requires.
 
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howste

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#2
The maintenance requirements in AS9100 are pretty basic compared to IATF 16949. Look at clause 8.5.1.1:
8.5.1.1 Control of Equipment, Tools, and Software Programs

Equipment, tools, and software programs used to automate, control, monitor, or measure production processes shall be validated prior to final release for production and shall be maintained.

Storage requirements shall be defined for production equipment or tooling in storage including any necessary periodic preservation or condition checks.
AS9100 has storage requirements for equipment and tooling that you don't see in the automotive, so don't let that one bite you.
 

howste

Thaumaturge
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#4
Will they be looking for documentation on 8.5.1.1?
Although there are no specific documentation requirements listed in 8.5.1.1, it would be pretty hard to have effective validation, maintenance, and "defined" storage requirements without some kind of documentation. If you already have it for IATF 16949, then the same documentation should be sufficient except for the storage requirements.
 

kylerf

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#5
Thanks a lot!

also,

reading through AS it does not seem to touch up on key equipment or contingency plans as far as if something important to the process breaks.

IATF specifically calls out key equipment failures and contingency plans in section 6.1.2.3. am i missing something as far as what AS requires?
 

howste

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#6
Thanks a lot!

also,

reading through AS it does not seem to touch up on key equipment or contingency plans as far as if something important to the process breaks.

IATF specifically calls out key equipment failures and contingency plans in section 6.1.2.3. am i missing something as far as what AS requires?
It's covered in a very broad sense with operational risk management in 8.1.1 (and 6.1). If you determine there's a risk, then take action.
 

BoardGuy

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#7
Thanks a lot!

also,

reading through AS it does not seem to touch up on key equipment or contingency plans as far as if something important to the process breaks.

IATF specifically calls out key equipment failures and contingency plans in section 6.1.2.3. am i missing something as far as what AS requires?
My suggestion is not to look at AS9100 and IATF 16949 as two stand-a-lone requirements but as combined requirements that your QMS must meet. Some elements of either standard will contain additional requirements not found in the other and that will help you build a more robust system.

If your QMS Scope (ISO 9001/AS9100 Section 4.3) is Aerospace, Space and Defense (AS&D) and Automotive, then per ISO 9001/AS9100 Section 4.2 you must have a QMS that addresses key equipment and contingency plans as these are requirements of your identified interested parties.

As an example, my organizations must meet AS&D requirements per AS9100 but we must also meet Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) QMS requirement found in MIL-PRF-31032. DLA is an interested party per 4.2 and all requirements contained in 31032 must be part of our system.
 
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Eredhel

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If your QMS Scope (ISO 9001/AS9100 Section 4.3) is Aerospace, Space and Defense (AS&D) and Automotive, then per ISO 9001/AS9100 Section 4.2 you must have a QMS that addresses key equipment and contingency plans as these are requirements of your identified interested parties.
Is that spec specific to printed boards? We are AS9100 and do work for DLA and I've never heard of that spec. Although we don't do printed boards so that makes sense.
 

BoardGuy

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#9
Is that spec specific to printed boards? We are AS9100 and do work for DLA and I've never heard of that spec. Although we don't do printed boards so that makes sense.
Yes it is a military specification related to quality management plans for production of PCB/PWB. It is only an example of an interested part that, in our case, falls under Clause 4.2.

For my organization, not having DLA 31032 Certification and associated product qualification, would prevent us from accepting customer orders that contain program requirements that the suppliers maintain a Qualified Manufacture or have Qualified Product status with DLA.
 
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