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GS-0063A Process Flow Diagram Latest 1 C015486

GS-0063A Process Flow Diagram Latest 1 C015486

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MasterDocument:Process Flow DiagramStandard No.:GS-0063Revisionlevel:
Revision date: 2007-02-28Author:Matt MerronProcess owners/Reviewers: Jeff Baldus, Jan Jacob Christensen, Jim Corrigan, MarinaNissen, Bent Weibel, Doug McCoyAdministrator:Christine HolstApproved by:(Process owner)Dean JonesDate: 2007-04-18
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Process Flow Diagram0INTRODUCTION
 This Global Standard addresses the requirements for a Process FlowDiagram when it is included in PPAP/PSW submission.
A guideline for the creation and use of the Process Flow Diagram as itpertains to the PPAP submission package.
 The process engineer (or industrial engineer) is responsible for creatingthe entire process flow diagram for processes he/she is responsible for. The product team leader is responsible for ensuring that a process flowdiagram exists for the entire value stream.
3DEFINITIONSProcess Flow Diagram
– As per the AIAG APQP Manual, a process flowdiagram is a schematic representation of the current or proposed processflow. It can be used to analyze sources of variations of machines,materials, methods, and manpower from the beginning to the end of theproduct realization process. It is used to emphasize the impact of sourcesof variation on the process. The flow diagram helps to analyze the totalprocess rather than individual steps in the process. The flow chart helpsthe product quality planning team to focus on the process whenconducting the PFMEA and designing the control plan.
of product through the entire production process mustbe shown. This is “door to door” from Incoming inventory to Finishedgoods inventory and includes the pick, pack, and ship process.
2.Process flows
that lead to a finished product must be shown.i.Processes performed on material, parts, or assemblies supplied tothe process flow as finished goods should
be shown on theProcess Flow Diagram. These processes should have their ownPSWs and subsequent Process Flow Diagrams.ii.Processes performed on material, parts, or assemblies consideredpart of the process flow must be shown on the Process FlowDiagram.
3.Rework loops
should be shown if they are “off line” from the normalprocess flow.
 The Process Flow Diagram is under change control and must beupdated for a PPAP or PSW submission if there has been a change tothe process or material flow.
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