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FMEA can be performed on electronic or automotive products

Use dedicated software for you failure mode and root cause analysis!

fmea.co.uk: Passionate about providing professional FMEA facilitation, trainings and the provision of dedicated FMEA software!

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Since establishment in 2007 we have worked with a large number of major companies to either get them started with performing FMEA, as a risk analysis on new products, or to provide training in System, Process or Design Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, so that they can perform it independently. Click on the image below to find out more!
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If you are not prompted to save the trial version, then please click here: We can provide you with dedicated FMEA Software

It's the full version (IQ-RM Pro 6.5) and expires in 60 days from date of installation. The limitations are file and time related.

If you have any questions then please contact our office.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What is FMEA?

FMEA / FMECA is an activity that brings minds together in a collaborative and pre-emptive way in order to avoid failure of a system!”

1949: Failure Modes and Effects Analysis was used by the military to design out failures thereby reducing personnel and equipment losses.
1960s: FMEA adopted by the new safety critical aerospace industry - NASA.
1970s: FMEA was taken up by the automotive industry automotive giants Ford, Chrysler and General Motors.
Today: FMEA is available to all design and production engineers. It is now employed in most industries, such as, pharmaceutical, automotive, aerospace...

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis is a systematic procedure of focusing on what can go wrong, what possibly could cause it and what are the potential effects. Quantification of the risk, taking into account the current controls, then indicates areas of weakness. It is widely used in manufacturing industries in various phases of the product life cycle. Failure causes are any errors or defects in process, design, or part, especially ones that affect the customer.

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If you are interested in applying FMEA (or FMECA) within your business, then click the following links to:
a). Read about the benefits of applying FMEA / FMECA, or
b). Download a short presentation, a FMEA template, tips & tricks for using the APIS IQ-Software..

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