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Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 18 20:35:41 EST 2001 | davef

Good story!!!

Re: Soldering materials provider

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 07 22:53:59 EST 2000 | Greenman

Ken: Placings are in terms of volume or quality??...and which item? You're asking for pretty sensitive information, here!


Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 20 16:49:23 EST 2001 | cnotebaert

Good suggestions by all, However if you just want to secure it, wrap it in cellophane wrap several times. This will deter your thieves and if they do get into it you�ll know because the seal will be broken. And if you do need to cannibalize for what


Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 13 11:06:35 EST 2001 | Dermot

Hi Guys, Quick question I want to mothball a full SMT line ie shut it down so it dose not lose any deprication...I need a way of tamper proofing the equipment so that our technians do not canibal spares from the machines. Any ideas...of how to do thi


Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 13 12:37:54 EST 2001 | BrianC

First of all, your machines are going to depreciate regardless of how or where you store them. Secondly, if your techs are canibals, I suggest wraping the machines with razor sharp barbed wire. Finally, if they NEED a part from your 'mothballed' mach


Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 18 08:09:32 EST 2001 | Stefan Witte

If you considering selling the machine, it will have a much lower value, if you can't demonstrate that the machine is still operational. If you don't have any jobs for the extra machine, I would study the machine performance. Write test programs and


Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 18 12:23:52 EST 2001 | mparker

Dermot - please review a recent thread, titled "Where's the drill?" It was started sometime last month. One of the more prolific posters of this forum had a problem. Many replied with various comments. Your mothballed system is a problem waiting to


Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 21:49:46 EST 2001 | davef

For an accounting standpoint, there is nothing you can do to affect depreciation, aside from selling the machine, as mentioned by a previous poster. From a physical degradation standpoint, there is nothing that you can do to stop operators and techs


Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 18 18:14:16 EST 2001 | mparker

Years ago the FDA banned red dye # 2 because it too was found to cause cancer in lab rats. This was a good thing because the red dye was commonly used in a lot of food products as well as cosmetics. However, one case in point was baffling. It seems


Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 18 16:40:40 EST 2001 | davef

Mothball Ingredient Causes Cancer In Rats Naphthalene, the aromatic insecticide found in mothballs and public restroom deodorizers, causes cancer in rats, according to scientists at the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP). In the study, rats were


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