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
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 17 08:49:51 EDT 2005 | alandra516
Call Techniquip. Tey helped me out last time I had that problem for unser 1000.00
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 02 11:24:13 EST 2007 | vze3nk2r
is there a level above 100,000 that does not require the use of booties for general assembly work?
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 27 17:53:42 EDT 2007 | flipit
Cirris are inexpensive. About $1000.00 for 128 points. Cab buy on Ebay used.
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 08:49:19 EST 1998 | mohammad reza taghavi
i look for supplier for urgently 100,000 pcb for gp300 rechargeable battry please call me via my fax 98-21-8715783 best regard
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 08:50:59 EST 1998 | mohammad reza taghavi
| i look for supplier for urgently 100,000 pcb for gp300 rechargeable battry please call me via my fax | 98-21-8715783 | | best regard |
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 08 17:57:17 EST 1998 | Dave F
| i look for supplier for urgently 100,000 pcb for gp300 rechargeable battry please call me via my fax | 98-21-8715783 | | best regard | Hey Mo: Are you looking for a board fab or an assembly house? Dave F
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 17 09:47:08 EST 2003 | dphilbrick
Try http://www.mfgcatalyst.com Vey inexpensive and easy to use. Small company MRP system with shop floor functions. We use it for the shop floor portion. It was much easier to implement than our $100,000 MRP systems.
Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 10 16:29:46 EDT 2004 | stefwitt
I guess, between 2000 and now about 100,000 employees in electronics lost their job in US. Does anyone have more accurate numbers? It used to be fun before 2k.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 26 22:59:30 EDT 2009 | fastek
Local customer is looking for ways to depanelize very small flexible circuits after assembly. Perhaps shearing as opposed to a router would make sense. Any recommendations on manufacturers for such technology? Volume is around 100,000 pieces per mont