Parlex will notify SLAC of results
Create a detail work instruction and submit to SLAC for review
Review NCR’s, and Cause and Corrective Actions
11-04-04 LAT QA performed a final inspection on eight flex cable at the vendors; multiple anomalies were found reviewed discrepancies with Parlex QA department and Assemblers. Cables were to be reworked and shipped to SLAC.
SLAC received flex cables on 11-03-04 LAT QA performed inspection and found the exact same type of anomalies but now different locations of the cable.
1. Damaged connector pins
2. Foreign material in connector socket
3. Foreign material in between connector sockets
4. No test data to validate retest of cables
5. Missing micro sections and coupons
Parlex QA (Frank Golden) could not indicate on how Parlex could implement requirement, but for the mean time QA Nancy Snow would fax QCMR’s to SLAC with in the required 24hr period.
LAT QA to provide Parlex a Fax No.
As of today Parlex still has not implemented any type of material trace ability on adhesive material. (Conformal coat, epoxy, adhesive film, and solder)
Parlex indicated that they could add the information in there work order traveler
Parlex submitted Qual procedure to SLAC for review and approval as of today procedure has not been approved by SLAC
Parlex has not received a revision 2, SOW from SLAC
LAT Tracker Engineering must work with Subcontracts to send rev 2 SOW ASAP. LAT QA to work with Tracker Engineering to ensure all revisions are incorporated.
SLAC to Redline the appropriate documentation to incorporate flex (pwb) Military Standard 5084
SLAC to Redline the appropriate documentation to incorporate connector savers.
Coupon and Micro-section
SEM results will be sent to Parlex
Results will be sent to Parlex
Parlex / SLAC to submit samples
Several weeks ago GSFC visited Parlex and reviewed (written doc) a polishing technique with Parlex QA department to insure that any anomalies would be detected at in process inspection rather than at the Customer (GSFC).
Parlex never implemented the polishing technique due to the time that was involved, and there production schedule.