Our injection moulded parts’ validation process evolved through our work with automotive OEMs. As a result, it reaches beyond the requirement of most other industries, but offers the reassurance of stringent quality protocols and a process that can be tailored to suit your component. We have found this method particularly useful for medical manufacturing.
During the Design for Manufacture stage of a project, a risk assessment of the product is performed and the outcome of this is formulated into an FMEA Process Flow flowchart, which will identify all potential failures in the design, manufacturing or assembly process. Our objective is to eliminate these risks before production commences.
When the FMEA is complete, we develop bespoke test and gauge methods that will mimic the component’s intended use and/or assembly interfaces. These tools are used by our quality engineers on the shop floor and our Metrology Department to check parts in the new project validation stage, and subsequently, each time they run in production.
If you would like to find out more about our Quality Assurance Service, call our New Projects Office – 01367 710007
About White Horse Plastics
White Horse Plastics is a UK based injection moulding company specialising in the design and production of tight tolerance components and sub assemblies for the medical, automotive and UK Manufacturing sectors.
We are based in Stanford-in-the-Vale, close to the research laboratories of South Oxfordshire, run 30+ moulding machines in 20,000 square feet of space and employ more than 20 specialist engineers and operators.
In the two years since the management bought out the company, the new directors have committed to promoting the distinctive competence of White Horse Plastics, offering a growing number of UK & EU OEMs world class, small technical components.
We are committed to the lifetime development of our staff – many of us have worked for the company for over 20 years. We are also committed to improving sustainability within our industry and work with a number of supply partners who offer recycled, renewably sourced and sustainable polymer materials. Read more about sustainable options here.