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Electronics Forum | Fri May 29 08:34:02 EDT 1998 | John Ryder
Dennis, Consider that only Philips can offer complete flowline solutions and equipment to satisfy any requirement, from low volume through high. Check out our website at www.philips-ia.com or call 1-800-4-PHILIPS =JR=
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 14 02:19:03 EST 2010 | sachu_70
With lower Humidity levels, we expose to greater risk towards ESD related failures seen on components. Pl. ensure to have your entire work area fully guarded against ESD and maintain proper material handling instructions across the entire flowline un
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 03 14:47:35 EDT 2000 | Ashok Dhawan
In a typical flowline assembly of circuit boards, what are the different methods used for tracking WIP ? I can think of : 1. travel cards - not suitable for panelised boards 2. Marking ID# on board at various operations while board is being built.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 05 17:12:28 EDT 2000 | Michael Parker
Ashok- Rather than ink, consider using a paint marker. This is much more permanent (not easily removed with alcohol), is easily applied, comes in a "pen" like magic markers. Many pen tips available and a large choice of colors too. The down side is
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 07 11:06:44 EDT 2000 | John O'Brien
You ought to consider Data Matrix directly marked on the boards It can be done with laser, inkjet, or other permanent marking methods. Never falls off, can be read even if 30% is obliterated. For an example, check any AMD (K6, K7) or Intel Pentium c