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Terms and Conditions for Built-to-Print Jobs

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 07 14:48:34 EST 2003 | gdstanton

Pretty much everything under the sun. For example if Company A wanted to hire Company B to build printed circuit cards designed by Company A; What type of T & C might Company B seek in their contract/agreement with Company A? The following things c

Health Screening For Lead

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 14 22:59:18 EDT 2003 | mantis

We Operate a procedure were by all potenial employes who are likely to be exposed to lead are screened for lead content in there blood prior to hiring,and once every year there after.There is no compensation given as this is mandatory but it is also

Where to start with a new reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 14 23:59:49 EDT 2003 | MA/NY DDave

Hi I am going to take another direction. Go to some classes, and buy some of the books, or hire a consultant to get you up fast. A consultant would be my first choice for speed and accuracy. National Training Center for Microelectronics in Bethleh

AOI - Automated Optical Inspection

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 12 19:28:44 EST 2004 | adlsmt

YesTech is new but its the CRTechnology guys and they hired some other Photon guys. So my personal opinion is they know the software end of it with no investment in it and the hardware platform looks good to me but they do outsource it. So they have

Testing potential employees.

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 29 23:15:14 EST 2004 | Ken

I have found that during the interviewing process you need to include your technical staff to get to the nuts-and-bolts of what your looking for. Plus, team involvement spreads the responsibility for selecting the "right" candidate. Recently duri

Hand tools @ work station ?

Electronics Forum | Tue May 18 10:52:28 EDT 2004 | Claude Couture

You can't hope for responsible operator, so make them pay for their tools. When you hire them, you issue them the necessary tools they need for their jobs and they have to give a deposit and sign a receipt. If they quit the job, they get their money

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 17 09:23:23 EST 2006 | trk

Here's my 2 cents worth.....as if anyone cares??? Spend: 1 million for a machine = 1 million in R&D on the machine 100,000 for a machine = 100,000 in R&D on the machine. if spending the 100,000, then you need to hire a qualified engineer to maintain

Lead Free ...

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 07 23:57:05 EDT 2004 | KEN

If you want someone to do it for you, hire a consultant. IF you think its going to be handed to you over the web, get real. I don't think coke Inc would be where it is today if it published the formula to coke. For that matter, any CM or OEM would

Who should operate an AOI? operator or Inspector?

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 17 13:19:53 EST 2005 | tommyttr

Fire them has been stated on here several times. What exactly does that solve? I am assuming you have good operators, that you are asking to run an automated inspection, then what exactly are your inspectors doing? Are the operators going to get more

Custom Machine Builders

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 02 14:06:37 EDT 2007 | mattkehoe

Does anyone know of a company that can build a custom machine for someone? Somebody in the Atlanta area? We are going to be hiring a company to build a specialized machine for us and I thought I would put it out there in case someone does this kind

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