Performs profile measurements using optical comparator, calipers, Promex Scanner and gages. Responsible for all Capability test sample preparation and analysis on Promex Scanner. Supports all activities of the Quality Auditors and Operators in completing required daily scanner measurements, and by assisting on AAMA testing, First Article Inspections, line audits and other test(s) requirements required by DNA, customers and other outside laboratories. Compiles and evaluates statistical data to determine and maintain quality and reliability of products. Will assist to fill into any Quality Auditor shift schedule when an Auditor is scheduled off or is on extended leave (more than 3 days).
- Follows procedures for test methods and test equipment.
- Read and understand blueprints (Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing) so that design intent can be distinguished.
- Performs inspections on product and equipment to insure conformance to specifications during design, process and calibration phases.
- Proficient in use of the Promex Scanner.
- Communicates with managers, production supervisors, production leads and operators to help assure product quality.
- Perform first article inspections, including but not limited to color checks, impact, heat/shrink tests, visual inspections and gage measurements. .
- When necessary performs Gage R&R studies to ensure test methods and equipment are adequate.
- Reads and understands control charts, histograms and various graphs and charts for analysis and can communicate results.
- Evaluates software and equipment capabilities and reliabilities to determine applicability for an intended purpose.
- Performs measurement system analysis (MSA) studies.
- Performs quality checks on all engineering prints and recommends needed changes.
- Administer calibration program for all assigned measurement equipment including instruments used to measure or control a process.
- Administer quality control program on incoming and outgoing goods. Communicate inspection results to affected supplier/vendor and/or customer.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience
- High school diploma or GED required.
- Must be able to use calipers, optical comparator, and tape measure.
- Must have basic computer skills including but not limited to Outlook, basic data entry into excel spreadsheets etc.
- Must be able to read blueprints and have a basic knowledge of GD&T.
Deceuninck North America is part of the Deceuninck Group, an integrated global organization, specializing in compounding, design, development, extrusion, finishing, and recycling of PVC-U systems and profiles for the building industry. The company is active in more than 32 countries, has 23 subsidiaries (production and/or sales) and is supported by about 3,600 employees worldwide. Monroe, Ohio is home to Deceuninck's North American headquarters and employs over 450 people, operating on a 24 hour, 7 days a week basis. The Monroe location includes extrusion operations, tooling fabrication, design engineering, compounding, and testing.
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