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The Quality Team works with engineering to develop the First Article which becomes the archetypal part for reference during production.

By the vary nature of the rotational molding process, each part being molded will have it’s own specifications with regard to the wall thickness, geometries, porosity, strength, etc as well as process manufacturing including resin material, quantity, pre-heat, time in the oven, cooling period, and/or possibly post-mold structural curing in a form.  

The quality process is very detailed and specific to each unique part. The QC Manager and a QC tech work with the customer and engineering to review and identify specific QCC or Quality Control Criteria that need to be met in order for the part to be acceptable.  This creates the benchmark specification list usually consisting of weight and dimensional tolerances and goes into specific items usually pertaining to the part itself according to its function and geometry. The photo to the right shows a barrier product being tested for leaks.

From there, other testing methods can be employed such as pressure, leak, dunk testing or official industry tests such as a PPAP or a DFMEA chart.  The Quality Team then works with engineering to develop the First Article which also becomes the archetypal part for reference during production.  Quality then also creates a storyboard for production and secondary operations on the part as well as the packaging to ensure the product meets all expectations.

We support the following standardized tests and procedures:
- FMEA (Design and Potential)
- Process Inspection Flowchart
- Control Plans
- GR&R
- Part Submission Warrant
- Many more as necessary

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