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Ignition Switch Material Definition to Avoid Hard to Start Issue
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published January 13, 2020 by SAE International in United States
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Nowadays, develop and launch a new product in the market is hard to every company. When we talk about a launch new vehicle to the customers, this task could be considered more difficult than other products whether imagine how fast the technology should be integrated to vehicle. There are main pillars to be considered in this scenario: low cost, design, innovation, competitiveness and safety. Whereas Brazilian economic scenario, all OEM has to be aware to opportunity to make the product profitable and keep acceptable quality. This combination between low cost and quality could be broken or not distributed equally between the pillars. Based on that, in some cases could have a quality broken that will affect directly the customer. This paper will focus on project to define of the new ignition switch, when the main challenge to achieve the cost reduction target was defined to change a material to electrical terminals. Beyond the material definition, we will discuss about the validation in component level and VOW, quality indicators (internal and external), prevent reoccurrences actions and lessons learned to next future programs.
CitationMagalhães, J., Demori, D., Viegas, R., Freitas, B. et al., "Ignition Switch Material Definition to Avoid Hard to Start Issue," SAE Technical Paper 2019-36-0138, 2020.
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