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SMT engineering degree

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 01 08:56:48 EST 2004 | davef

Amoung the GREAT schools to consider are: * Purdue * Georgia Tech * SUNY Binghamton

SMT engineering degree

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 02 10:19:32 EST 2004 | Ron W

I myself am a graduate of the Electrical Engineering Technology program at SUNY Binghamton in Binghamton, NY, now known as Binghamton University. I would strongly recommend this university for your consideration.

SMT engineering degree

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 29 23:45:19 EST 2004 | Vincent Truong

Hi everyone. I'm in my last semester of my SMT manufacturing 3 year diploma program. I'll graduate in April 2004. I would like to go further study of this field. I'm planning to get the SMT engineering degree, can someone give me a direction what u

Industrial engineering point of view for Rack assembly with 10 units in a bay

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 29 00:10:08 EDT 2016 | abhilash4788

Hi all, Currently one of our customer has ask to build server units, around 500 units in a week(mechanical assy & testing), the data we have is BOM... bay consists of 10 units. Need help on Industrial engg point of view on handling and assembling the

Industrial engineering point of view for Rack assembly with 10 units in a bay

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 09 05:27:41 EDT 2016 | jasltd

Bud, hard to say without looking at bom / drawings & what manning you have avaiable to figure out what you need to put in place to get the build rate you need. is the cabinate supplied as is or do you have to build that as well? You'll need some ele

Re: Siemens HS50 and F5 and S25

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 28 16:28:14 EST 2000 | CAL

Chris- The machines you identified are stable products and have been around for over two years now and most bugs have been worked out. The F5 IC head has not changed much since its introduction over 5 years ago. Remember these machine like to run, r


Electronics Forum | Fri May 23 20:57:00 EDT 2003 | iman

Here's a great book, "Six Sigma for Electronics Design And Manufacturing", by : Sammy G. Shina, Ph.D publisher : McGraw-Hill category : Professional Engineering

Pick and placement forces

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 24 06:24:52 EST 2004 | Joe

Hi, I am an Engineering student doing some research on the component/nozzle interface on SMT Pick and Place machines. Could anyone tell me the force at which the nozzle hits the component as it is picked from the feeder or the placement force on a

0402's and Gluing.............

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 16 16:41:31 EST 2005 | Mrduckmann2000

Pallets will not work in this case because the wonderful designers put 0402's between the legs and all around the legs of the thru-hole connectors. There are 18 thru-hole connectors on this board and 200 - 0402's around them. The 0603's that are al

wave pallets and titanium

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 13 18:39:19 EST 2007 | mefloump

I do not know who George uses, but we use Ascentec Engineering for our wave pallets. I have no association with them other than they make an excellent product that we continually go to, to get new fixtures from. They can be contacted at (503) 925-194

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