DCS Reduces Manufacturing Variation at The BIG M

DCS will be showcasing at the BIG M Manufacturing Convergence in Detroit how manufacturers across many industries can reduce their production variation

Jun 3, 2014 -- Dimensional Control Systems, Inc. (DCS) is showcasing quality methods and tools June 10th through the 12th, 2014 at Cobo Center in downtown Detroit, Michigan. This is the event for manufacturers to witness breakthrough technologies, new industry initiatives and opportunities to meet the leaders in manufacturing.

The BIG M will allow companies to discover how other industries have solved challenges to manufacturing, and how those same solutions can benefit their own organization. It will truly be a cross-industry gathering of professionals, manufacturers and policy makers with a shared goal of overcoming the most complex manufacturing challenges.

DCS has helped major OEM’s in varied industries from automotive, aerospace and medical device to heavy industry, shipbuilding and electronics reduce variation in their production, increase yield and overcome manufacturing issues.

As a provider of quality solutions, DCS strives to be a part of the way forward in manufacturing quality. As the world shrinks, and competitive advantage is more difficult to find, DCS’s solutions will continue to give organizations the edge they need to continually rise above the competition.

Visit DCS at booth 604 to find out how your company can reduce costs and increase efficiency in manufacturing processes and problem solving.

“We at DCS are doing more than helping companies manage their variation across a global enterprise,” says Mike Pritchard, DCS Account Executive. “We are looking to help customers improve product quality by applying dimensional engineering methods during product development phases to reduce the cost of quality which comes from scrap, rework and liability.”

To learn more, visit http://www.bigmevent.com or visit DCS at www.3dcs.com.

About DCS
Since 1994, Dimensional Control Systems (DCS) has provided quality achievement solutions for manufacturing enterprises. Serving major OEMs and suppliers in the automotive, aerospace, energy and medical device industries, DCS’s 3DCS Variation Analyst Suite and QDM Quality Management System have been instrumental in achieving the highest level of quality at lowest cost. In so doing, DCS continues to be the leader in dimensional quality solutions. Read more at www.3dcs.com.



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