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Re: Any recomendations on any GOOD career WEB sites?

Electronics Forum | Fri May 21 11:39:45 EDT 1999 | Chrys Shea

Hello everbody! I was wondering if any of you have any GOOD recomendations of WEB sites to post one's resume? I've sent my resume here of course, but am looking for others as well... I've already been to www.monster.com, www.assemblyNet.c

Re: Universal FlexJet!!!

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 29 23:24:04 EST 1999 | SMT CONSULTANT

It's unfortunate that there are corporations that exist that would actually hire and employ people of your specimen. You, obviously by your screen name, GSM GURU!, are a complete idiot. I'd like to see you and your idiot brother C4 GSM GURU terminat

Does anyone care if Americans supply equipment to our industry.

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 27 11:30:20 EST 2002 | itempea

Just a question: have you ever tried to transfer programs between 2 identical MPM printers, or between 2 identical CAMALOT Geminis? Well, you'll be surprised to find out that you have to spend 15 to 30 min tweaking them on the second machine. And th

Quad Machines? Good Points / Bad Points

Electronics Forum | Thu May 22 17:17:37 EDT 2003 | ssnow

I have to agree with you on the documentation side of the manuals ,they were written before they ever hired a tech writer, when they finally did they wrote manuals for the newer stuff and let the older machines alone. The basic's are pretty straight

Placement machine comparison

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 17 09:41:41 EDT 2002 | caldon

I always look into the Support Structure (Service, Applications, Training, Project/product management) of the organization. With that said I have to give Assembleon the edge. I also like the relationship between Cookson and Assembleon. Cookson Perfor

stencil ordering

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 25 11:21:05 EDT 2002 | soupatech

This may sound like a stupid question but keep in mind I am very new at this and most of the training I have recieved has been from operation manuals and this forum (thanks to all). Our purchasing agent (new hire) is ordering a stencil for the first

Flux Selection

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 30 01:52:13 EST 2002 | MA/NY DDave

Hi I see DaveF already gave some good stuff. You should read or at least review some of the texts he listed or some others in the same subject areas of SPC (Statistical Process Control) or DOE (Design of Experiments). I won't list the other publish

Direct Chip Attached & Flip Chip

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 06 14:27:18 EST 2003 | MA/NY DDave

Hi You already have some good answers. Let me add just a little of what I know. You might want to check the IPC and obtain their guides on this technology. Also SMTA, NEPCON and others have technical proceedings on this technology. Checking with e

Placement Equipment

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 23 11:46:37 EST 2003 | gregp

Hi Brad, A couple of observations: 1. You are new to SMT. 2. Your requirements can be met by a variety of low end SMT equipment. Regarding point 1, you will be better off buying a machine from the manufacturer unless you hire someone with all around

FDA Approval

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 24 17:56:55 EST 2003 | MA/NY DDave

Hi Let me just give a little and someone else might chip in with fast and ready details. I don't know what your product or service is, so I am not sure how direct to the FDA you need to be for your shop. If you work for someone they should handle t

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