Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 27 03:40:44 EDT 2011 | samsim
Other areas you can focus 1) Find out alternative chemical and solder materials for lower cost. 2) Set high power consumption machine (such as Oven and wave) to idle mode when not running to cut electrical consumption. 3) Reduce the used of N2 gas.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 06 00:42:52 EDT 2005 | Dr. K
Hello all. I would like to implement a process in our SMT site. The process purpose is to reduce the scrap level from our SMT line machine (siemens). I would like to hear some advices for that kind of process. -preventive actions I should implement
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 03 14:33:41 EST 2010 | neiladams
If you are trying to reduce the weight of existing fixtures that may be more difficult and expensive than starting from scratch. If you want to reduce the weight of future fixtures and we could discuss some concepts that could save significant weigh
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 12:04:37 EDT 2001 | Mike
Has anyone looked at setup reduction for machine feeders. We have made some gains through changing the flow of work but as lot sizes decrease the number of parts required remains the same. We remove all reels from the feeders after a job is complet
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 14:25:33 EDT 2001 | cal
Most PIck and place manufacturers have off line feeder set up available. Dedicating common feeder types to one side and having the other side available for job specific is also an option. *****note dedicating feeders can effect your throughput num
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 03 08:53:15 EST 2010 | ssager
I have a goal to reduce the weight of about 20 test fixtures to go below 35 lbs. Most of the current fixture weights exceed 40 lbs. Does anyone have any suggestions on a lifting device or a method to reduce the weight of the fixtures?