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Title: The formation of PCBA families and the optimization of station loading for sequencers
Authors: Tan, Hang Seong.
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Manufacturing::Production management
Issue Date: 1995
Abstract: A SEQUENCER is a machine which arranges different axial leaded components from various input reel packages into a single reel package of sequenced components. The various input reel packages are mounted onto the loading stations of a sequencer. As each sequencer has a limited number of component loading stations, change-over time is incurred whenever a PCBA to be produced requires a component that is not already mounted on any of its loading stations. These change-over time incurred is proven to be large when the sequencer is to cater for a high diversity of PCBAs, especially in the current low volume but high diversity batch production environment.
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