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SAE INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD PUTS FOCUS ON MANUFACTURING DURING EARLY PHASES OF PRODUCT’S LIFE CYCLE
The first new standard designed to cover the area of manufacturing management, where no commercial or governmental/military standards were previously available, has been developed.

SAE International standard "AS6500—Manufacturing Management Program," provides both the tools to measure manufacturing maturity as well as steps that should be conducted to successfully mature the manufacturing process. The standard covers design analysis, manufacturing risk identification, planning, operation management, and supplier management.

David Karr, a member of SAE International’s G-23 Committee and a technical adviser for manufacturing and quality for the U.S. Air Force, said following the practices in AS6500 will result in improved cost and schedule performance on contracts and, ultimately, more robust and reliable manufacturing systems. Also, Karr said the standard is "highly tailorable" for unique manufacturing systems.    Read more.

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To purchase this standard visit standards.sae.org/wip/as6500/

Other SAE manufacturing standards development initiatives: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
A new SAE International Aerospace Materials Specification (AMS) Additive Manufacturing Committee is being formed.  Interested parties are invited to participate in this committee.  For information, contact Laura Feix at Laura.Feix@sae.org


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