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 IB  Vol.2 No.1 , March 2010
A Systematic Framework of Equipment Maintenance and Service with Application to Wire Bonder
Abstract: A systematic framework for the maintenance and service of equipment is developed and proposed. The framework consists of a system of equipment failure analysis, methods, process, and activities, and a procedure in maintenance and service. With axiomatic design mapping, the maintenance procedure is constructed by integrating value engineering, quality function deployment, mechatronics engineering, technique from R&D and supplier, and Taguchi method. The maintenance and service of a wire bonder machine, K&S (Kulicke and Soffa) Maxμm Plus, in the first bond failure is employed for illustration
Cite this paper: nullR. Chang, Y. Hsieh and E. Chang, "A Systematic Framework of Equipment Maintenance and Service with Application to Wire Bonder," iBusiness, Vol. 2 No. 1, 2010, pp. 29-41. doi: 10.4236/ib.2010.21003.
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