Supplier of machined and turned parts for the automotive sector
As a subcontractor for manufacturing automotive parts, Polydec SA produces over 20 million shafts each month for instrument panels, stepper motors and injection systems. The company has extensive expertise in turned parts, with special features such as knurling. Polydec SA specialises in polishing as well as heat treatments (temperingtempering, (tempered)Hardening through heat treatment and normalization or mechanically worked steel to some temperature below the transformation...
Detail and hardeninghardening (harden / hardened)Increasing the hardness of steel by cooling from a temperature within or above the transformation range.
Applying quality management based on IATF 16949, Polydec SA worksefficiently, rationalising operations and reducing costs in the supply chain. This technical specification, applied to all participants in the automotive sector, gives the turned parts company a specific competitive advantage and drives it to excel.
The application of quality management tools, such as APQP, FMEA (FMECA) or SPC, enables the turned parts company to manage production processes and to respond to specialised requests from manufacturers in the automotive industry.
Polydec SA, European leader in the manufacture of micro-axles for instrumentation, is responsible for over 55% of global production of this type of automotive part.
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POLYDEC PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
|Examples of automotive parts||
micro-axles for motors
shafts for radial rotors
shafts for stepper motors
injection pump shafts
components for injection pumps or carburettors
diameters between 0.05 mm and 4 mm
|Materials||stainless steel AISI 303 (1.4305), AISI 420F (1.4035), Sandvik 20AP (~1.095), Sandvik 4C27A (1.4197), 12 L 14 (1.0737), brass|
|Particular specifications||continued improvement, just-in-time production flow, efficiency, mass production|