Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 22 08:44:04 EDT 2010 | davef
Determine the capacity of the slowest element of the line.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 21 21:02:27 EDT 2010 | tpvnew
Dear experts, I am new in this field, I try to figure out an SMT line’s capacity, but, it looks the capacity varying from a lot of factors, such as, number of component, layout of component, size of PCB… I am wondering if there is a simple but accura
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 28 12:09:17 EDT 2010 | davef
In 2002, the IPC released IPC 9850 for use in assessing placement machine performance.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 06 20:42:26 EDT 2010 | tpvnew
Thanks, it is pretty close...
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 30 07:45:07 EDT 2010 | davef
We're not sure, but as a guess: There's about 6000 hours in a man-year when working three shifts
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 23 01:37:38 EDT 2010 | tpvnew
Thanks for the input and advise. Yes, indeed, for single or just few products, to get the lowest ones should be no problem. However, I am facing so many products in the line, and the mix is changed all the time, it is difficult (for me, at least) to
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 30 03:56:45 EDT 2010 | tpvnew
Thanks for the input. I am reading IPC9850 and have a question on its statement. ========================================================== 4.2.9 Preventative Maintenance (PM) Time ... Calculation Method: Multiply the amount of time required for ea
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 28 02:10:10 EDT 2010 | tpvnew
Thank you very much for your reply. I do have the numbers for placement per hour, but, I have some concerns on it (forgive me if it is a stupid concern, as I said, I am new in this field, and trying to figure out this business). For example, it is
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 24 14:32:59 EDT 2010 | remullis
Not sure what's in your line equipment wise, but you need to know relatively what kind of placements per day you run regardless of the mix. We run around 1.1 million across 5 lines in 3 shift. Calculate what kind of placement per day on a specific
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 04 11:23:44 EDT 1998 | Frank S
If you could measure and chart 3 variables in my process, what would they be? The boards that I produce are on panels that are 12up and 2x4 up. All boards are single sided paper base w/o plated thru holes. They are on scored panels that measure 7"
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