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Emblem checking fixture

Checking fixture for emblem

  • Control of two sets of emblems.
  • Aluminium base plate
  • Simulation of the part vehicle fixation.
  • Simulation of the part vehicle environment by an aluminium block.
  • Control of the length of the part by two blocks with a gap controlled by Go/No Go pin.
  • Control of the fitting of the part by mountability

Checking fixture for emblem integrated in a bumper trim - version 1

  • Emblem integrated in a bumper trim
  • Aluminium base plate
  • Control of two versions of emblems
  • Simulation of the part fixation and vehicle environment by an anodized aluminium block
  • Control of the emblem by simulation of the shape of the part with a gap controlled by Go/No Go gauge

Checking fixture for emblem integrated in a bumper trim - version 2 (lower part)

  • Emblem composed of two components integrated in a bumper trim. This checking fixture checks the lower part of the emblem.
  • Aluminium base plate
  • Simulation of the vehicle fixations of the part by holes and clamps enabling to fasten the part pins.
  • Simulation of the fitting of the upper side of the part on the bumper by a fixed block. Visual inspection of the fitting.
  • Control of the length of the part by two dial indicator points.

Checking fixture for emblem integrated in a bumper trim - version 3 (upper part)

  • Emblem composed of two components integrated in a bumper trim. This checking fixture checks the upper part of the emblem.
  • Aluminium base plate
  • Simulation of the vehicle fixations of the part by holes and clamps enabling to fasten the part pins.
  • Simulation of the fitting of the upper and lower side of the part on the bumper by a fixed block. Visual inspection of the fitting.
  • Control of the length of the part by two dial indicator points.

Description

Emblems are deformable parts fixed on the car by clips, pins and holes. To be able to control these parts properly, emblem checking fixtures must be perfectly repeatable.  To do so, these fixtures must simulate as much the vehicle environment and fixations as possible. The complexity of the fixations can range from a simple hole with a clamp to a complex openable clipping systems, depending on the characteristics of the fixations and of the customers' requirements. Regarding the control of the part, the most commonly controlled - and most critial - characteristics are: the length, fitting with the vehicle environment and part deformation. These elements can be controlled by Go/No Go controls, dial indicators, or a combination of both solutions.

Materials and tolerances

Our checking fixtures are produced in aluminium, the components submitted to wear-and-tear are produced in steel. Tolerances for RPS (fixation points) and dial indicator points: ±0.05mm. Tolerances for simulation blocks: ±0.1mm.

Documentation delivered

Minimum documentation: dimensional report of your checking fixture, 2D assembly drawing, assembly CAD.  Optional documentation: R&R report, user manual, stabilization certificate.



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