Manufacturing engineering: definition and purpose. Fundamentals of supervising. Improving productivity. Manufacturing engineering methods. Manufacturing standards for setting labor costs. Standard manufacturing processes. Soldering. Mechanical assembly. Total quality management. Reference designations for electrical and electronic parts and equipment. Chemical bonding and coating of electronic equipment. Rework and repair. Electrical considerations in the design of a static-safe work environment. Mechanical design for surface mount assemblies. Preferred materials for electronic packaging. Occupational safety and health programs. Reference tables. Terminology. Index.
This single source reference offers a pragmatic and accessible approach to the basic methods and procedures used in the manufacturing and design of modern electronic products. Providing a stategic yet simplified layout, this handbook is set up with an eye toward maximizing productivity in each phase of the eletronics manufacturing process. Not only does this handbook inform the reader on vital issues concerning electronics manufacturing and design, it also provides practical insight and will be of essential use to manufacturing and process engineers in electronics and aerospace manufacturing. In addition, electronics packaging engineers and electronics manufacturing managers and supervisors will gain a wealth of knowledge.
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