Nook Quality Systems
Superior capabilities to consistently deliver products of the highest quality.
Your Trusted Partner
Our proven experience in test, design, process and the stringent requirements for aerospace, medical, energy and military applications makes Nook your highly trusted partner.
- Design for Six Sigma manufacturing
- D.O.E. (Design of Experiments)
- APQP (Advanced Product Quality Planning)
- DFMEA, PFEMA
- FEA (Finite Element Analysis)
- DVP&R (Design Verification Plan & Report)
- Reliability Testing
- Process validation to 21 CFR Part 82 (Medical Device
Nook is ISO 9001 and AS9100 certified, an Internationally Recognized Quality System. Nook also serves many customers in the Aerospace and Medical device markets and has complied with those Quality System Requirements as well. Nook is also registered with the Department Of State For International Traffic In Arms Compliance.
Laser Lead Measurement
Precise lead error gauging is utilized to validate processes to Nook internal specifications and customer requirements.
Zeiss Roundness and Contour Measurement
Critical to quality, characteristics such as roundness are monitored throughout the screw manufacturing process. Prior to the start of any production run, thread form geometry is precisely measured to stringent engineering specifications.
The metallurgical lab is capable of determining material composition from raw materials to final product. A micro hardness and case depth inspection is a routine check that validates the heat treat process.
Nook test systems and engineered testing processes perform analysis, verification, and solidification of life, durability, and performance. The functional testing defines operating limits in specifications and helps set defined targets in Product Launch Process and Assurance Plans. This provides predictive tools, generates data for prognostics, and validates performance wear models. Life tests help determine performance in multiple operating conditions as well. Nook offers proof testing for customers developing new systems and actuators to help accelerate product release dates.
Nook Engineering has designed test machines to measure and validate screw assembly efficiency. Preloaded ball screw assemblies are evaluated to determine compliance with engineering specifications utilizing a Dynamic Torque Testing Machine.