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Thread: Very rare visit at the Delta factory!

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    Very Cool. Delta factory looks very neat and organized. (but what did I expect?)
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    Nice pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elledan View Post
    Nice pics indeed It always amazes me how many people are still required to assemble mainboards, PSUs and such components despite the amount of automation.
    Actually it can all be done automatically. It is just cheaper to use manual labor in third world countries still. If it were the US the vast majority of it would be automated when producing at volume because people are too expensive.

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    Spectre is spot on. Automation will get installed when the costs of running a machine to do a job is lower than hiring someone to do it. Until then, you use people.
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    Thanks for the pics, Christoph!

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    Very nice pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christoph@ANTEC View Post
    A worker prepares the losen parts with weights.
    http://sidiousinnovations.org/bilder/delta/011.jpg
    Anyone knows what those signs next to numbers mean ?

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    Targeted production and actual production -- daily I think.
    It's been a hard day's night and I've been working like a dog.

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    nice pics..thanks

    nap should be part of 8 hr labor...lol

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    Thanks for the pictures Christoph

    Though...where's Monk...?

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