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Static Grounding Reel

Static Grounding Reel

Issue Time:2020-11-03

Solve product quality problems through innovation

The biggest responsibility of ALPTEC to customers is to solve product quality problems through innovation.


Our Static Grounding Reel shell is welded as a whole, and during the welding process, the shell will inevitably be deformed. Some shells will dent inward on both sides, and some will bulge outward. Those shells that protrude outward will pull the bracket outward. The final impact on the product is that the bracket becomes an outer horoscope, and the take-up reel cannot be fixed, and the finished product is judged as unqualified. The quality inspector issued a return order to the supplier of the enclosure, asking the supplier to avoid the deformation of the protrusions on both sides of the enclosure. However, suppliers often have the same problem at the next batch. Repeated several times, the supplier could not accept it. They proposed that if the shell is required to be fully welded, there will definitely be deformation, and if it is not deformed, it is possible to use spot welding. But spot welding fails to meet our requirements for structural strength. So we are faced with the multiple choice question of whether to be strong or not deformed. No matter which answer we choose, it will bring problems. In this case, of course, we can't adopt the lesser of two evils, because in the end it will damage the interests of customers. At this time, we wondered why it should be raised, and how good it would be if it was not raised. Hold down the take-up reel with your hands on both sides, it is perfect, release the hand, and the take-up reel will fall off. It would be great if there were two hands pressing it all the time. But where can I keep pressing with my hand? At this time, the quality inspector proposed a method to the supplier, which is to move one of the two screws that were originally connected to the bracket to the shaft. The shaft cannot be elongated. Isn't this the equivalent of having an invisible hand holding down the sides of the shell? In this way, the problem was solved without increasing any cost. We don't have to lose the structural strength of the product, nor will we face the reel falling, and the supplier's processing difficulty has not increased. It is a change of the screw position, and the supplier will never face such a bad return order.