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Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 14 20:23:45 EDT 2008 | crashoveride

We do our work instructions manually..... taking pictures of actual parts and process. But I have this idea of converting the conventional printed WI's to video instructions. I am now proposing a flat screen per work stations and video will play on e

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Electronics Forum | noeltownsend |

Fri Apr 04 13:45:06 EDT 2008

Assembly work instruction

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 26 16:06:13 EDT 2008 | jlawson

Another software package is vPlan Studio from Valor, has documentation/Work instruction package that is quite poweful

Assembly work instruction

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 13 14:20:38 EDT 2008 | pms

Ditto. CircuitCam. http://www.aiscorp.com/ good stuff. pricey.

Assembly work instruction

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 14 14:47:27 EDT 2008 | hussman

Videos are worth a million.

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Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 18 14:25:28 EDT 2008 | operator

That software looks nice.

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Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 14 11:33:49 EDT 2008 | operator

I do things manually. I export the gerbers I need to a dxf. Then I do all my special instructions and color coding in AutoCad. I would like to see what CircuitCam can do. B

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Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 14 14:36:46 EDT 2008 | ck_the_flip

So, nobody uses digital camera's huh? Operators like "real pictures" the most. Sure, it looks technical to use a gerber-exported dxf file, bla-bla-bla...I used to do that in 1995... but picture's worth a thousand words......

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Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 14 15:08:05 EDT 2008 | operator

Oh yeah. I do digital pics all the time. I don't got the time to sit a draw a nice technical looking drawing. B

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Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 16 02:33:37 EDT 2008 | operator

I proposed something similar. Not video though. We kicked around going "paperless". They just can't handle the expense for a comp at every station. Also, all the training involved....it is scary to think about. It would be awesome though to see it i

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