Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 09 16:31:37 EST 2010 | jax
Basically it states that you cannot have Field Returns in the same area as Work In Process. You must have a way to clearly identify and seperate the two different types of product... In your ERP/MRP/ShopFloor/etc... as well as physically. The preferr
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 09 16:04:06 EST 2010 | frankalbiter
Hi there, From the ISO 13485: 2003 std. standpoint, there is a special requirement which states: "The following requirements shall apply. d) If appropriate, special arrangements shall be established and documented for the control of contaminated or
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 10 13:47:39 EST 2010 | davef
At a previous employer, we made a wearable medical device. When a customer finished using the device, she/he returned it to the company. Then, the company refurbished the device and rented it to other customers. Before it could be refurbished, it ne
Electronics Forum | Fri May 28 06:45:39 EDT 2004 | James
I called Contact for support the other day. I was put on hold for who knows how long. Found out that the guy (Jim Roberts) I normally deal with has become the latest to leave thier service dept. I can not believe they can support equipment with only
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 06 01:57:09 EDT 2009 | clau
Hi If i am from Romania it is ok for you?
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 30 13:25:21 EDT 2009 | esolano
Hi, We are currently looking for a field service engineer/technician for one of our clients' Philips FCM II. The production site is in Richmond Hill Ontario, Canada. Please contact us at email@example.com if you know someone in Ontario and/or you
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 06 09:37:11 EDT 2009 | esolano
Hi, I thank you for your response. It is a very small job and we do require help from within Ontario Canada to keep this operation cost effective. If you want us to keep you on the list in case we require your help in future, please send me
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 25 03:16:52 EDT 2017 | wendymm
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Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 30 03:30:34 EDT 2017 | wendymm
Finally, I chose AD to finish my design,and I thihk it's really fit for beginners.