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Production scheduling

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 01 16:36:58 EST 2003 | MA/NY DDave

Hi Based on what I read, I think you have a small shop and may just have to make up your own system. You could hire an Industrial Engineer or Production Control Specialist to find or set up the best cost effective system for you. Poke around on thi


Electronics Forum | Thu May 13 08:59:15 EDT 2004 | newbie

Yeah, I've got a question. I was just hired and I just need some help. Can somebody explain to me how a pick and place machine works and how I can program it? I know you're supposed to be putting these spool like things on the back. Can somebody help

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 04 19:59:18 EDT 2004 | Ken

Well, if they were "Field Service Engineers and couldn't fix a thing...how did they get hired"? And if this is the case then I would have to question the company's judgement and determination of my best interests for sending an unqualified, untraine

How to disable feeder slots

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 20 08:26:17 EST 2005 | geb

Thanks for the info. Yes the old camera was a 4mil rectangle, and the new one is a 1mil circle, 2 slots wider. The camera was calibrated on install, but they must have done something wrong, cos it doesn't realise it is 2 slots short. This screws up t

Starting SMT home company.

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 30 09:18:06 EDT 2007 | realchunks

Hi Tammy, If you're starting your own business and are asking these types of questions, I'd suggest hiring someone who knows the answers to these types of questions. Not a slam on your part, I hope your business does well (unless you start stealing

Salary Ranges

Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 26 12:08:34 EST 2008 | fastek

Back in those days........very few had degrees. Even the engineering managers didn't have degrees. It did begin to shift in the late 90's as I saw many new hires coming out of college with degrees and no experience. Of course they brought nothing to

Salary Ranges

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 30 12:38:12 EST 2008 | slthomas

"They ended up hiring a guy for the going rate around town so they shot themselves in the foot." Well, except that now they have a happy employee and before they didn't. Not criticising, just pointing out a different perspective. Sometimes they'll p

BGA x-ray services 3D

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 14 12:39:31 EST 2010 | gregcr

Hi All, We have a glenbrook x-ray in house, but I am in need of a high resolution x-ray of some failed BGA image sensors. Does anyone know of a company that does hi-res or 3D x-ray service? We are not getting enough detail to really see what may be

SMT line alignment

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 09 15:54:15 EST 2019 | emeto

All that Phil mentioned plus few tips: 1. Start with the reflow oven. Level the oven and fix it. Then you can go from there to the front end or back end of the line. 2. If you are not sure about all this, hire someone who is. I personally like to d

Re: Operating a SMT system

Electronics Forum | Wed May 17 17:35:41 EDT 2000 | JAX

Janet, If you do not have any SMT experianced personel hire a consultant. You can find them everywhere on this site even if they say they don't participate or even agree with SMTNET. Whoever you choose can give you the direction and understanding ne

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