Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 27 05:49:53 EDT 2015 | alexeis
Hi, To calculate both values you need: 1. Theoretical speed of all machines (Printer, SMT, Reflow). This is a basic upper limit value of speed. Use it for calculate a maximal theoretical values as upper limit. For real values, read next. 2. High r
Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 24 04:34:19 EST 2010 | dearkim
I'm going to manage a efficiency of my SMT line. Final target is increase the output. But I don't make a decision of the efficiency index. What is the efficiency index in SMT line. In my opinion is... First, Output CPH/actual CPH(Based on optimized c
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 12 10:02:00 EDT 2004 | JB
There is a lot of debate over efficiency rates in our group, what percent would indicate that we have a good efficiency rate in our SMT production lines? Ours vary from 40- 60% We are constantly trying to improve this numbers, but I am curious as wer
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 22 12:43:05 EDT 2002 | Brian W.
I think you need to define what it is you are looking for. Changeover time, Efficiency and measuring run time to your quaoted time are important, as is quality. You need to look at all of these things to determine the "health". It does you no good
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 19 19:41:46 EDT 2004 | Jack
Sorry...my ability to properly compose english prose fails me at the end of the work day. ========= My question should have read: "Does anyone have a good rule of thumb for determining the minimum efficient production volume for a typical SMT line?
Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 10 21:19:01 EDT 2005 | devilhitam
hi guys, Iam going to run evaluation on DEK 288 underscreen cleaning efficiency. The purpose of this run is to determine the best setting for underscreen cleaning. Could anyone who familiar with DEK 288 share with me you experience on the underscree