Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 13 17:38:05 EDT 2001 | fmonette
Praveen, Once you find out the MS level of your components, you will need to track the exposure time from when the parts are initially removed from their dry bags, through test, programming, taping, and during subsequent dry storage and use of thes
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 24 12:20:41 EDT 2007 | petep
I have an MSL3 part (a relay) supplied in tape and reel. From what I am able to determine, these parts require baking at 257 degrees F for a minimum of 8 hours once the integrity of the seal is broken for over 168 hours. How are parts baked at th
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 02 13:03:50 EST 2009 | jesalinas47
Hi , I provide machines to count SMT parts that come on reel , my customer wants to improve his counting method , he is having problems when delivering material to prodution floor , because the number on the reel (physical) is not the same as it is w
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 10 11:28:30 EST 2009 | stepheniii
I understand what he means. But has he confirmed that an unusual situation is what is really occurring, or is what happens at every other company happening there? It is very common to have part droppage. Look at all the threads on the subject here.
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 17:50:29 EST 2009 | jesalinas47
This happens on the counting area which it is into warehouse , we are looking for a poka yoke to avoid delivering reels with a wrong quantities , the question is : have you implemented any poka yoke in your warehouse ? how it works ? I could suggest
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 10 11:07:48 EST 2009 | Lorena Flores
Hello! I think the point here to have a reliable counting system. No matter if it is given 5000 out of 5000 or 6000 out of 5000. What Jesus means is that there is a problem because the qty that the label says after the reel is counted doesn't match
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 07 17:11:41 EST 2009 | stepheniii
This happens on the counting area which it is > into warehouse , Have you confirmed that? Have you seen empty pockets? Or are you taking someone's word for that? How many extra parts does the stockroom give to SMT to cover droppage?
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 10:33:24 EST 2009 | stepheniii
I don't think empty pockets is the problem. The operator is probably given 5,000 parts when he needs 5,000 parts. Because of droppage he needs more than that. I really doubt your solution would work. And if there are empty pockets, they should con