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Newbee Assembler Training

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 28 22:05:05 EDT 1999 | Dave F

Yinns: We've pretty much accepted that in todays low employment rate market that: 1 Chance of hiring an experienced assembler from outside is small 2 Chance of hiring an idiot assembler from outside is small 3 Odds are who ever you hire will be ine

Slide line operation

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 07 09:25:55 EST 2008 | pjc

One per operator is the optimum for obvious. 3 to 4 per operator is more typical. The number is not as important as the type and time. Like don't have someone handle 2 different TO92 part nrs., splitting them up to different operators eliminates the

IR Versus Hot Air - Put-Up Your Dukes

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 23 20:23:58 EDT 1999 | Dave F

Jackie's posting recently and responses to it got me to dondering. First, recollecting, we bought an IR rework station a couple million years ago. It had a IR source on a stand, a bunch of lenses, and Reynolds aluminum foil for shielding near-by co

Re: IR Versus Hot Air - Put-Up Your Dukes

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 23 20:57:13 EDT 1999 | Dean

Jackie's posting recently and responses to it got me to dondering. First, recollecting, we bought an IR rework station a couple million years ago. It had a IR source on a stand, a bunch of lenses, and Reynolds aluminum foil for shielding near-by

Re: IR Versus Hot Air - Put-Up Your Dukes

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 23 23:58:01 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

Jackie's posting recently and responses to it got me to dondering. First, recollecting, we bought an IR rework station a couple million years ago. It had a IR source on a stand, a bunch of lenses, and Reynolds aluminum foil for shielding near-b

Re: IR Versus Hot Air - Put-Up Your Dukes

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 27 12:19:19 EDT 1999 | John

Jackie's posting recently and responses to it got me to dondering. First, recollecting, we bought an IR rework station a couple million years ago. It had a IR source on a stand, a bunch of lenses, and Reynolds aluminum foil for shielding near

Re: IR Versus Hot Air - Put-Up Your Dukes

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 27 12:54:44 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

Jackie's posting recently and responses to it got me to dondering. First, recollecting, we bought an IR rework station a couple million years ago. It had a IR source on a stand, a bunch of lenses, and Reynolds aluminum foil for shielding ne

Re: IR Versus Hot Air - Put-Up Your Dukes

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 27 16:48:29 EDT 1999 | Elliott

Jackie's posting recently and responses to it got me to dondering. First, recollecting, we bought an IR rework station a couple million years ago. It had a IR source on a stand, a bunch of lenses, and Reynolds aluminum foil for shielding

Re: IR Versus Hot Air - Put-Up Your Dukes

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 27 22:53:46 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

Jackie's posting recently and responses to it got me to dondering. First, recollecting, we bought an IR rework station a couple million years ago. It had a IR source on a stand, a bunch of lenses, and Reynolds aluminum foil for shieldin

Re: IR Versus Hot Air - Put-Up Your Dukes

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 28 04:10:26 EDT 1999 | Wolfgang Busko

Jackie's posting recently and responses to it got me to dondering. First, recollecting, we bought an IR rework station a couple million years ago. It had a IR source on a stand, a bunch of lenses, and Reynolds aluminum foil for shield

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