A case study : improvement of component placement sequence of a turret style smt machine

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2006
Çengel, Mehmet Savaş
This study aims to improve component placement sequencing of a number of PCBs produced on a turret style SMT machine. After modeling the problem and having found that an optimal solution to the real PCB problem is hard to be achieved because of the concurrent behavior of the machine and the PCB design parameters, two heuristics are developed by oversimplifying the problem down to TSP. Performance of the heuristics and the lower bounds is evaluated by comparing the results with the optimal solution for two sets of randomly generated PCBs. The heuristic solutions are also compared with the lower bounds and the current implementation for the real PCBs. It is found out that the heuristics improve the current efficiency figures of the company.

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M. S. Çengel, “A case study : improvement of component placement sequence of a turret style smt machine ,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2006.