Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 13 09:22:17 EDT 2002 | myfloh
Hi, I would like to have information about means to improve the stability of a SMD-Line: indeed the variation of the daily performance is too important (between 50 and 250 ppm). What is the solution to reduce these variations? climatisation, other re
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 14 20:46:40 EDT 2002 | kenbliss
Dave, you are ahead of me again. I was thinking that this morning. however it clearly is a problem for him and I based the rest on my experience, anything can be improved but at what cost. If nothing else he can get more boards off his line at the
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 14 12:23:13 EDT 2002 | cyber_wolf
Ken, With all due respect, you need to quit preying on these new guys. I mean cummon man........
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 14 14:20:54 EDT 2002 | davef
So, where do you want to focus our attention? What types of problems are you rejecting?
Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 15 07:52:29 EDT 2002 | davef
When picking fruit, the further you climb a tree, the more expensive it gets to pick that fruit.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 18 03:56:14 EDT 2002 | myfloh
Actually it is the number of defects which varies!!
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 17 21:33:20 EDT 2002 | davef
Ken, Yes, when quality is good, increasing throughput of a bottlenecked resource [lowering costs] is a fine goal. [Wouldn't E Goldratt smile?] In MY real world, quality is not as good as it should be. We have: * Suppliers that do not do as asked.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 14 02:53:15 EDT 2002 | myfloh
It is a FUJI Line with the machines: GP641 GL641 CP6 IP3 the oven is the smt Quatro peak. Moreover we have an AOI.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 14 14:22:43 EDT 2002 | davef
Ken: At the end of arguing about how �myfloh� is calculating defect levels, reality sets in. �Between 50 and 250 ppm� is pretty darn good. Clearly, they have picked all the low hanging fruit.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 14 22:11:59 EDT 2002 | fastek
Hey Ken...my car won't start. Can your feeder racks or storage totes solve that problem as well? Sheesh....