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Prototypes, rework and unnecessary tight tolerances are cost drivers in the production of electromechanical assemblies. They result in unnecessary high costs in both large-scale as well as limited lot production and reduce the added value of complex products. The methodical approach of Tolerance Management assists the decision-making process in order to minimise the impact of these cost drivers while maintaining the essential high quality standards and functionality of all its systems.

This conference paper, written in the German language, examines the analysis and optimisation of electro-mechanical assemblies by conducting statistical tolerance simulation. Not only are part geometries optimised but also the entire manufacturing process.

What is covered?

  • The methodical approach of tolerance management

    Why tolerance management
    Definition of tolerance management
    Statistical tolerance simulation
      1. Embodiment of tolerance simulation in the product development process
      2. Flow of the statistical tolerance simulation process
  • Tolerance management of electro-mechanical systems

    Functional requirements for electro-mechanical systems
    Overlapping (or interference) of thermic effects
    Deriving measurement plans and exploitation of cost-saving potentials
  • Conclusion