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Organization & Main Tasks

ORGANIZATION & MAIN TASKS

CIESSE takes advantage of an engineering team of technicians able to plan a single component or a complete interior system, monitoring development steps in close cooperation with the workshops and assembly unit, from concepts to final assembly of the components.

The strategy of a focused approach on high quality products, along with the unceasing methodical research of new solutions have been the catalyst for the continuous growth of CIESSE

Engineering

In charge of

Plan the Design Process DDP (Design Development Plan)
Perform & Document the design phases DDO (Design Development Outputs)
Manage Design Review DRR (Design Review Reports)
Release & Manage System/Product Configuration “as designed” DCL (Design Configuration List)
Approve System/Product Changes DCP (Design Change Proposals)

In charge of

Plan the V&V Process PVV (Verification & Validation Plan)
Perform & Document the V&V phases V&VO (Verification & Validation Outputs)
Support Design Review DRR (Design Review Reports)
Define, Develop & Validate the manufacturing process MCP (Manufacturing & Control Plan)
Release & Manage Product Configuration “as built” PCL (Product Configuration List)
Manage Product Changes PCP (Product Change Proposals)

In charge of

Operative support to the V&V process
Support to the manufacturing process Definition & Approval:
- PROTOTYPE
- MOCK-UP
- BTE (Bench Test Equipment)
- FIRST ARTICLE
- FIRST BATCH OF SERIES
- PROCESSES & METHODS DEVELOPMENT

SOFTWARE

Software Type
AutoCAD Autodesk Ver. 2009
SOLID EDGE Siemens Ver. ST5
CATIA Dassault Ver.5 – R.19
MSC Nastran

HARDWARE

  Station Type
PC Workstation 23” - Processor Intel I7 – Ram 16 GB – Graphics card Nvidia Quadro
Notebook Workstation 17” - Processor Intel I7  - Ram 12 GB – Graphics card Nvidia Quadro
Printer Laser Kyocera 3050 B/W – Max A3 – ris. 1800 dpi
  Plotter Océ CS2044 Colour - Max A0 – ris. 2400›1200 dpi
Large format copier Océ 7055 B/W – Max A0