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Improving SMT assembly shop floor productivity by raising line and machine utilization levels

The default for electronics manufacturers looking to improve operational productivity and yield in their SMT assembly process is often investing in costly new infrastructure. This is primarily due to a belief that their efficiency levels are already maximized with their existing equipment.

However, that is not always the case. This whitepaper presents four proven methods for improving your bottom line by raising line and machine utilization levels without investment in costly SMT assembly line machinery.

Four ways to make the most out of your existing SMT assembly assets

In the white paper, author Sagi Reuven suggests a “checklist” to optimize existing machine and line utilization before deciding on the need for new equipment:

  • Know your current level of efficiency
  • Use a scheduler to improve resource utilization
  • Implement JIT methodologies
  • Reduce changeover times

Read the full paper to learn more about the optimization methods and how they can save manufacturers the high cost of new machine acquisition.

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The default for electronics manufacturers looking to improve operational productivity and yield in their SMT assembly process is often investing in costly new infrastructure. This is primarily due to a belief that their efficiency levels are already maximized with their existing equipment.

However, that is not always the case. This whitepaper presents four proven methods for improving your bottom line by raising line and machine utilization levels without investment in costly SMT assembly line machinery.

Four ways to make the most out of your existing SMT assembly assets

In the white paper, author Sagi Reuven suggests a “checklist” to optimize existing machine and line utilization before deciding on the need for new equipment:

  • Know your current level of efficiency
  • Use a scheduler to improve resource utilization
  • Implement JIT methodologies
  • Reduce changeover times

Read the full paper to learn more about the optimization methods and how they can save manufacturers the high cost of new machine acquisition.