Quality Control

FRIMA’s Quality Control (QC) services keep your CNC Parts and conpents within precise limits. Quality control is a complex and meticulous work, and a small oversight can affect the quality of the final product.

FRIMA’s Quality Control (QC) services keep your CNC Parts and components within precise limits. Quality control is complex and meticulous work, and a small oversight can affect the quality of the final product. Once a quality control error occurs, a large number of substandard products will not only increase the engineering cost but may also delay the time to market and cause immeasurable losses.

We have a dedicated quality control team, which endeavors to maintain product quality in an all-around way, and we urge technicians to carry out careful and meticulous inspection and testing of various quality characteristics of products.

Quality Promise

At FRIMA, quality is always our top priority. When you work with us, you’ll see that our commitment to quality is what sets us apart from other companies. We’ll do everything we can to meet and exceed all customer requirements and expectations. We guarantee that all of our precision machined parts, castings, forgings, fabricated parts, and specialty fasteners will be defect-free and delivered on time.

Quality Assurance

As an ISO 9001 and IATF 16949 certified company, we use ISO and IATF certified suppliers to provide our customers with top-quality products. Our standard operating procedure for all customers includes the Automotive PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) quality system for part qualification.

What we offer

We can provide a comprehensive and efficient quality management system that meets customer needs at the most economical cost, thereby improving the company’s market competitiveness and product quality.

Materia incoming inspection

Material incoming Inspection process

This is How FRIMA Handle All Incoming Material

    • Step 1: Keep All New, Untested Material in a Separate Area
    • Step 2: Conduct a Receiving Inspection to Test Raw Material
    • Step 3: Reject Any Material That Does Not Match Specifications
    • Step 4: Move Accepted Material to Pre-Production Storage
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Quality Control

Production Planning And Process Control

  • Planning

As the first step of the process, planning states all the materials, manpower, manufacturing techniques, resources, and other initial details needed to complete the production.

  • Routing

Routing determines the path of goods starting from raw materials up to finished products. It specifies the most efficient sequence of the operations and also identifies the machines to be used in each step of production.

  • Scheduling

As the time element of production planning and control—scheduling states all the production elements that are related to timing or schedules.

  • Loading

Loading, as defined in the manufacturing aspect, is the process of determining the ideal allocation of workload to employees and to machines used, in accordance with their capacity

  • Dispatching

Dispatching is the implementation of all the plans stated in the previously mentioned steps, into actual production

  • Expediting

Also known as follow-up, expediting is designed to evaluate the effectiveness of the whole production process. The main goal of expediting is to compare the initial plans against the actual result of productions.

  • Inspection

Similar to expediting or follow-up, inspection is an extra step performed to ensure that all the planning and controlling approaches identified by the management are consistently implemented and adhered to.

  • Correction

Once the above-mentioned steps are performed and there are issues or areas for improvement that were identified, this is the step where they can be modified.


Finished Product Control.

Finished Product Control processes play an important role in quality control. These processes help to ensure the quality of the final product. The processes focus on quality control services for material procurement and supply, including inspection and acceptance of purchased materials, overhaul and maintenance of equipment and facilities, and quality management of tool manufacturing and supply.

We take pride in offering our clientele only the highest quality products and services. To ensure that our products live up to this standard, we have a team of quality control experts who test and inspect our products before they are made available to the public.

If you are interested in our quality control service, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. We would be more than happy to provide you with additional information about our service and how we can assist you in ensuring that your products meet the highest standards.

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