CPC Quality Philosophy

There is more quality than what you see on the production floor...

Quality also means planning to avoid those problems and defects that can derail the delivery of a dependable final product.

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Consider for a moment the

sinking of the Titanic...

We Know now...

The quality of the steel and riveting used in shipbuilding processes of the time was not adequate for a vessel of that size to survive a collision with an iceberg, but that wasn’t the only problem the ship faced.

 

The bulkhead design was compromised, binoculars weren’t available to lookouts, the crew made mistakes, and radio warnings of ice were ignored, and as everyone knows, there weren’t enough lifeboats for all aboard.

The Lesson...

The lesson here is that quality control is a continual and all-encompassing process. If quality control, crew training, and risk management for the Titanic had been more thorough, the catastrophe might have been averted.

Quality Control in Electronics Manufacturing Begins with Incoming Parts and Materials

To ensure quality from the start, a box-build manufacture will use its production engineering team to review the product design, manufacturability in a DFM report, BOM cost & availability and the electronics component life cycle.

Maintaining the Quality While the Work is in Progress

Quality control in manufacturing can be broken down into four main areas: facility, training & certification, process monitoring and inspection points.

CPC Quality Policy

Continuous improvement is an integral part of CPC Solutions’ corporate culture. Our quality policy is a reflection of this mind-set demonstrating a strong focus on getting it right the first time, on budget and on schedule. Our objectives “which are continuously challenged and measured” allow us to establish and maintain a structured system ensuring that our products and services comply with our customer’s requirements and overall expectations in the following markets: Defense, Avionic, Medical and Industrial.