ITRU GROUP LTD.-KNOWLEDGE BASED QUALITY  MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS  VER  2.0

INTERACTIVE   KNOWLEDGE BASED  DATA BASED  HIGH TECH  -TEXTILE REPORT

The Purpose, Extension and Advantages of  Report

This  pc-program  covers the  high tech  textile  report   arranged  with

  • Interactive

  • Intelligent Data Base (Intelligent  Knowledge  Based  Data base-Text and pictures )

  • Indexed  chapters and subchapters

Textile industry  will face a real tough time at the end of the year 2004 due to abolishing quotas but more than that there will be over  production and less consumption about 40-45 million spindles world wide.Textile mills have to reduce manufacturing costs to   survive and it is a limited time left . This high tech  report  without  doubt is a starting key  preparing you for the year 2004.

 

Optimum quality / minimum manufacturing costs has become the primary target of the textile mills in the world.In order to achieve these targets, the ‘KNOWLEDGE BASED QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS’ are carried out in the textile mills. All the mills eventually will have to move into this new conception, otherwise there is no chance of competition in the global trade.The most important reasons that the conception of Knowledge Based now are widely  used all around the world are as follows:

Achieve a continuos development.

Achieve the optimum quality/minimum manufacturing costs with zero defects.

Inject a motivation of continuos development conception into the brains and hearts of employers and employees.

The mills which are aware of these facts now are establishing ‘ Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems’.It is a must for technology dependendcompanies.According to our experience, mills that have adapted themselves to this new conception have reduced their manufacturing costs to a great extend and have established permanent mill control systems for today and tomorrow.It is very pleasing that number of mills make use of these conceptions steadily increasing. Knowledge Based conception is not only established in Europe, ABD and Turkey but also in other  countries as  well .The most superiority of Knowledge Based System is that continuously developing itself.Computer aided textile information technology is without doubt will become more important in the future.

 ITRU GROUP LTD-Textile Training Service developed a knowledge based project to determine the problems in the mills and help to solve them.This  report   could be  effectively  used  out directly in your mill.


Main Titles of the report

1.1 Introduction to the Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems.

1.1.1 The short history of the Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems.

1.1.2. The importance of the Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems.

1.1.3 The differences of the Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems from the other classic management systems.

1.1.4 The purpose of the Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems.

1.1.5 The profits of the Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems.

2- Main lines of the Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems.

2.1.1 System Factors of the Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems.

a) Status Factors

b) Control Factors

c) Variable Factors

d) Interference Factors

3- Intelligent Data Based Working Systems

4 -The steps of the Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems

a) Organization structure

b) Employee training

c) Mill performance report

d) Marketing research

e) Process optimisation ( R&D works )

f) Developing new products and entering to new markets ( Industry Engineering Department / R&D )

5 Establishing and carrying out the Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems organization structure

5.1 Quality Planning

- Quality criterias

- Quality standards

- Quality purpose

- Organization processes and instructions

- Quality criterian to be tested

- Test measures

- Test tolerances

- Test standards

- Planning and programming for the quality training

5.2- Quality Management

- Process optimisation

- Quality reports

- Mill performance reports

- Problem analyses/problem solving algorithms

- Test tolerances

- Process manufacturing costs analyses

- Linear programming

- Standard manufacturing costs analyses

5.3 Quality Control

- Test practice and documentation

- SPC analyses of test results

- Summary of test results

- Comparison of test results with objectives and standard values

- Preparation of test reports

- Preparation of off-standard reports

- Check lists and measures for defect prevention and process

 

5.4- Technichs used in Knowledge Based Systems

5.4.1- DPEA- Defect Probabiliy and Effect Analyses

5.4.2 SPC- Statistical Process Control analyses

5.4.3 Problem analyses / problem solving algorithms

a) Technics to solving the problems

- Histogram

- Pareto analyses

- Fault tree analyses

- Problem analyses / problem solving algorithms

- Artificial intelligence ( AI )

6 Process optimisation and R&D works for spinning mills

6.1 Spin Plan

a) Program purpose

b) Data input

c) Pc-program mill practices for process organization

d) Increasing production levels at each process stage

6.2 Comber Data

a) Program purpose

b) Program characteristics

c) Data and results output

d) Mill trials with comber data pc-program

6.3 Textile Technology, Technical Data / Machine Settings and Taguchi Parametric Design Experiments

6.4 Increasing Ring production levels

6.4.1 Prdn-1.0

6.5 Increasing Openend production levels

6.6 Yield performance improvement

6.7 Time studies, increasing productivity ( HOK )

6.8 Organization and Management

6.9 QFD- Quality Functions Deployment

7 Yarn Process Engineering

How  to  use this  report

General Informations About In Mill Training

This report has been prepared for training technical   personnel  in textile mill. The best way of learning method  is to teach what you learn.You should  select number of teachers from your own personnel and give  them a week  to study this  report and start from small audiance  to teach you what you have learned from the report and   make this  circle for every one  in the circle so that every body in the circle  has learned  and then  put into practice in your mill .