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French systems engineering company SCEMI will be spearheading its parent company's expansion plans with new activities. Brian Rooks reports.
When Northern Telecom converted to an inline assembly process, flexibility was essential to success.
A quality improvement team at Rank Xerox in France has won awards for work on typewriterribbon cassette assembly. Brian Rooks looked into things.
Drastic inventory savings in assembly have been gained by many firms through JIT implementations. Jack Hollingum reports on an IMechE seminar.
After studying current methods, a Japanese industry association aims for new manufacturing concepts.
A domestic appliance maker aims to maintain its market leadership through topquality goods produced on a new automated line.
Stephen McClelland reports on how one man has modified surfacemount machines, and achieved remarkable performances as a result.
The Special Placement Assembly Robot system aims to aid placing of oddform components on PCBs.
Among componentfeeding devices, none has yet proved a significant rival to the vibratory feeder. But a new Swedish device may do so. Brian Rooks reports.
A privileged group has been given an opportunity to see the electronic packaging industry in Japan. Stephen McClelland read their report.
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