Inspection & Quality
Whether you are a supplier performing Source / On-Site Inspection, an end-user performing a Receiving Inspection procedure, a manufacturing engineer performing Shop floor (In-Process) Inspection throughout the machining process or a quality department inspector testing products at the Final Inspection phase, the inspection of simple or complex components is an essential stage throughout the products lifecycle. Inspection procedures are used to ensure the product aligns with predetermined quality standards and helps manufacturers produce accurate, high-quality components whilst reducing waste and increasing manufacturing efficiency.
These types of inspections are carried out using CMM, Automated Probing Techniques and/or Manual Measurements techniques. Automating these processes using inspection software can ensure that Inspection procedures defined through quality control are consistent and managed to a high standard.
Quality control in a manufacturing environment is essential when delivering high-quality products to customers. Quality control helps define a procedure or set of procedures that check the quality criteria of a product throughout the manufacturing processes and ensure they meet the customer or client specified requirements.
Frequently asked Questions
Yes, Autodesk provides a powerful solution for inspection, validation and quality control called Fusion 360 with PowerInspect, which can be used with a wide range of inspection hardware.
Yes, this can be achieved using Autodesk Fusion 360 with PowerInspect, although on machine verification is dependent on manufacturing needs, a consultation is required to ensure the correct solution is advised, please contact the make team at Symetri for a free consultation.
Fusion 360 with PowerInspect has the ability for probe path simulation and collision checking.
Autodesk recently re-branded the Advanced Manufacturing Portfolio. This means if you have a license of Autodesk PowerInspect you have access to Fusion 360, which is now branded as Fusion 360 with PowerInspect.
Yes, data can be shared using shared views to collaborate on visual representations directly inside PowerInspect.