Fri, Jun 14
Thu, Jun 13
Here is the final inspection report for this part. This is a failure because the silk screen graphics don't match the specified file. For reference: the specified file for this part can be found here: http://devel.lulzbot.com/mini/hibiscus/production_parts/machined_parts/bed_mount_plate/bed_mount_plate_graphics/Bed_Plate_Safety_Symbols.svg
Wed, Jun 12
@mike they are on the T7435 branch you can check them out if you do git checkout T7435.
@DaniAO these are updated with the redlines that we made in the T6814-T6848-T6806-T6924-T6853-T6852-QA-checksheets branch. @wolffchadd @bowman can you review these and let me know if any further changes need made?
I wrote all these drives with the NexCopy. 100/100 of the DTSE9 drives passed the copy+compare process. I'm running a vernier_dim-test print with each one now to check if there are any drives that aren't recognized or have errors during the print. So far, 8/8 of the drives I have done a test print with have passed with no issues.
Tue, Jun 11
This is e3d's drawing:
Mon, Jun 10
I looked at the drawing and it's not clear that there should be blank pins there, not only that, but it not particularly efficient for production to build them that way. Probably best would be to have a latching connector that only plugs in one way like the motors or thermistors. This would also solve this issue: https://code.alephobjects.com/T3426. That fix is a little harder though because it would require an Archim rev. Another thing we could try is using a little hot glue on the connector housing where it touches the board. If done right, this will hold it in place without being too difficult to remove. @mjpelletier I'm interested in any suggestions you have to mitigate this issue.
Fri, Jun 7
Here is the final inspection report. This failed on insert/powdercoat order of operations (critical failure), and silk screen location. (non-critical failure).
Here is the finalized inspection report, it is ready to be sent to the supplier.
Thu, Jun 6
@sherylb All of the kangaroo paw FA's from PMM have been inspected and the reports are complete. How do you want to handle communicating these back to vendor? If you would like me to send them to the contact on the vendor contact list let me know.
Here is the finalized report. This fails because the supplier mark was in the wrong location and would be visible on a B face in the assembly.
Here is the final report. This fails due to lack of supplier mark. This is a non-critical failure.
Here is the final report. It fails on insert orientation and heatsink masking location width and length.
Here is the final report. It all passes FA inspection.
Here is the final report. It all passes.
Here is the final report. They failed on a few inserts and on the weld.
I was looking through the report that we already have generated in the old format and noticed that a lot of the tolerances from the title block were mis-interpreted so this FA was done to looser tolerances than the design requires. I'm going to go through and create an inspection form in the new format and with the tolerances specified in the design.
Wed, Jun 5
Mon, Jun 3
Fri, May 31
I'm planning on doing the inspections once I get all the drawings annotated and the Inspection forms completed. For this part, we do one in lot for overall dimensions and a comparative test for %2 of the lot. We rely pretty heavily on production catching issues with sheet metal which they are pretty good at doing since they are building with it every day.
Here is the inspection form.
Here is the annotated drawing. There are 167 callouts on this part.
Thu, May 30
@sherylb I don't know if its better to send all of them at once or to send them one at at time. I think all at once would be best, but maybe not since maybe they can start working while we complete the rest of the inspections. Also, they failed on some points so we need to concede a variance or get another set of first articles or something.
Here is the completed FA inspection report for the bed plates in the updated format. I am going to work on the next kangaroo paw piece now.