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cpk value

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 05 00:34:52 EST 2007 | aripa27

Dear all, i want to know what is the highest achieveable CPk value of Panasonic Panasert model NM-2858/NM-2859. Thanks

cpk value

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 09 15:10:08 EST 2007 | oldsmtdude

Simple question... Not so simple answer. It depends largely on process spec and honesty of the people running the test. Most will jump to throw out the flyers as "special cause". So if you didn't set the spec and didn't witness the run and measu

cpk value

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 05 11:24:16 EST 2007 | samir

Something the "placement guys" don't tell the customers... Cpk is an easily "massagable" number. You just take some data points and reduce the variation a bit, or even play around with your spec limits, or a combination of the two to get the highes

Juki resale value

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 28 20:38:52 EST 2011 | garym4569

Hello, Our company is looking at purchasing a used Juki 730 and 760. I have been searching the web trying to determine value, but can not find any info on value of either machine. The machines are in good condition for age. Anyone with information

YAGEO wrong value resistor

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 23 22:03:37 EDT 2007 | davef

Tks, have a Redoak on me at Watto's. You find the parking place.

YAGEO wrong value resistor

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 24 08:02:39 EDT 2007 | ck_the_flip

Remember the gool ol' days when me, you, and Fat Paulie usta go drinkin'?

YAGEO wrong value resistor

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 01 13:16:52 EDT 2007 | samir

LOL, Hussman. Yes the IQ here is pretty sad these days.

YAGEO wrong value resistor

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 24 01:44:49 EDT 2007 | darby

Will do Dave - we will have to eat humble pie though. Have just been informed that part is in fact correct value. Problem was caused by different markings on two different supplier cases. Marking on one was 222, on t'other twas 2201,this was interpr

PPS caps degrading value

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 05 14:00:21 EDT 2007 | wayne123

we have recently been having trouble with our PPS capacitors on a couple of our boards. these boards are RoHs and the Parts are RoHs compliant. these boards first run through our reflow then a batch washer some through-hole parts are placed and then

PPS caps degrading value

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 09 10:33:53 EDT 2007 | davef

PPS caps absolutely do not like washing. It would appear the structure/chemistry of these things makes them sponges. We don't know if that leads specifically to delamination.

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