By Jim Norton
In today’s electronics assembly environments, it important that workbenches and workstations meet the needs of the technician and the work being performed, along with the flexibility to change, add or reconfigure as processes change. Considering the wide variety of workbench choices available on the market, it can often be a daunting task to configure them to meet all of your requirements. There are two primary consideration that will effect each and every aspect of the decision: What is the work being done at each station, and how will it change in the future? The answers determine how each workbench or workstation is configured.
March 15, 2012