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SMT engineering degree

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 29 23:45:19 EST 2004 | Vincent Truong

Hi everyone. I'm in my last semester of my SMT manufacturing 3 year diploma program. I'll graduate in April 2004. I would like to go further study of this field. I'm planning to get the SMT engineering degree, can someone give me a direction what u

Industrial engineering point of view for Rack assembly with 10 units in a bay

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 29 00:10:08 EDT 2016 | abhilash4788

Hi all, Currently one of our customer has ask to build server units, around 500 units in a week(mechanical assy & testing), the data we have is BOM... bay consists of 10 units. Need help on Industrial engg point of view on handling and assembling the

Industrial engineering point of view for Rack assembly with 10 units in a bay

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 09 05:27:41 EDT 2016 | jasltd

Bud, hard to say without looking at bom / drawings & what manning you have avaiable to figure out what you need to put in place to get the build rate you need. is the cabinate supplied as is or do you have to build that as well? You'll need some ele

Salary Ranges

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 29 11:32:51 EST 2008 | operator

Different companies have different job duties associated with process engineers. Especially small companies. I am curious to hear what you guys think the minimum duties and knowledge are for a process engineer to be considered a process engineer? (Is

Selective Soldering Equipment

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 07 07:10:59 EST 2007 | realchunks

What kind of engineers? Some engineers are so clueless they hide at their desk all day.

Salary Ranges

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 24 10:28:06 EST 2008 | flipit

Anyone have any recent links to salary ranges for SMT Process Engineers and Micro Electronics Packaging Engineers.

OmniFlo 10 Engineering Data Sheet

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 25 19:38:39 EDT 2013 | colcircuitos

I need OmniFlo 10 Engineering Data Sheet, manual.

career change

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 08 21:36:42 EST 2000 | reg

Hi everyone!! I have less than one year in the US, and I had been working as a field smt engineer. I have almost two years of experience as a manufacturing engineer, but what I really would like to do is process engineering. Can somebody advice

Engine control

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 18 12:30:58 EST 2005 | Kokofiko

Hello, 1. I have DC engine of car's wishers with I use in at my project. the Engine specification is 12V DC 1.5A. The input voltage is constat of 12V. The problem with adding resistor ( in order to pull down the current)in the circuit is that resist

Heat guns and component damage

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 31 14:58:15 EST 2006 | samir

You see? Chunks, here has the right idea! To the original poster, you need to show this post to your "Desk Jockey" Process Engineer. That's the problem with some Engineers today. They forget everything they learned in Engineering school, they get

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