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Attrition Rates

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 06 14:44:50 EDT 2004 | davef

Chris Search the SMTnet Archives to get started. There's a fair amount of background there.

Lead Free Process

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 21 00:22:18 EDT 2001 | Robert Sykoh

Hi, I am looking into lead free process. Do anybody has experience?? The composition used in SMT & wave. Besides, what are the capital investment required?? Any advice is most welcomed.

Attrition Rates

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 08 03:08:37 EDT 2004 | janetan@mmi.com.sg

If you are referring to SMT chip components, 3-5% is the norm. BUt for some critical items like IC it usually applied as one to one exchanged if it is the component's defects. If the defects cause by processes, then manufacturer had to replace you .

Attrition Rates

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 06 07:17:30 EDT 2004 | mzaboogie

Good Morning All, We are in the process of setting new attrition rates on SMT components. Initially, we will be setting a rate accross the board for SMT components. We realize that a per part number system is far more accurate but at this time, some

AOI: Comparisons

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 31 02:15:12 EDT 2004 | AOI Solution

I need to address the issue for colorful display on solder joints, for whoever researched on this machine, no one can deny it is a smart feature for visual assistance. however, it is still Mono color "gray scale" algorithm. it basically "paint" the i

Attrition Rates

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 08 03:41:19 EDT 2004 | Ian White

I have worken in production lines where attrition rates were measured and acceptable limits were set using 3 classes of parts:- A=Expensive Parts IC's etc, B= medium cost parts Diodes, tants etc, C= low cost parts typically Chop Caps and R's. We set


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