Electronics Forum: decision matrix (Page 1 of 1)

Solder Paste Evaluation

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 10 16:55:27 EST 2006 | chunks

Why pay someone to start you on your evaluation. I'll send ya a decision matrix that will work 10 times better than any consultant that could rep the highest paying paste manufacturer.

Tooling Classes

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 30 10:23:30 EDT 2001 | hinerman

From the questions that I am asked from week to week, there are a number of key differentiating factors for tooling classes. They could be considered the headings of a decision matrix, where the tooling options are rows and the following items are c

Looking for X-ray Inspection System - Which brand? Model? Open Tube vs Closed tube? What should be the deciding factors to take

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 14 14:11:33 EDT 2021 | SMTA-64387257

Hi All, We are currently looking to add an Xray inspection system into our process. We build high density assemblies with ultra fine pitch BGAs, 0201's, QFN's and every package type one can think of. We would like to use the inspection system to v

Selective wave selection

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 01 19:57:07 EST 2002 | davef

Selective soldering machines are a good way to "finish automation", if the design of the PCB is conducive to the application with just a few components to solder. Your points are good. A decision matrix for selecting a machine might also include:

Universal Advantis

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 31 13:22:21 EST 2005 | Luke

We have recently undergone perhaps the largest series of upgrades possible on these machines. This was a technology and cost based decision. Altough we had some issues, the main point I would make is not everything is/can be tested. There should alwa

SMT Solder paste and wave flux evaluation

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 28 12:18:32 EST 2005 | Chunks

Your best bet is to do a decision making matrix. Each company has so many different criteria�s it's hard to pick out which one might be important to yours. Simply pick out your top 5 paste manufactures. Next decide what your "Eliminators" are - th

large bga (55mmx44mm) capable placement machines?

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 10 09:00:40 EDT 2004 | rlackey

Hi, It should get you at least a 1997 machine, but the age isn't as critical as the UPS level - you want at least 3.2.3. They are good machines & are well built, and at least comparable with any other second user machines (although not in the Fuji/

Researching placement machines - where do I start?!

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 19 13:01:40 EST 2009 | deanm

I'm assuming that 18k components per month represents less than 100 boards per month. I've worked for both OEMs and CEMs and if your design is stable and your volumes are relatively stable I would highly recommend going with a CEM given the low volum

A.O.I - no salesman pitch pls

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 10 01:09:37 EDT 2003 | iman

Hi! Thanks to you as the first replier! I do admit it "narrows" the information channels feedback flow by keeping this thread reply limited to "non-commercial" engineering folks, but I already have lotsa war stories from the salesmen around this reg


decision matrix searches for Companies, Equipment, Machines, Suppliers & Information