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Controller PCB problem solved
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1/24/2012   7 comments
Problem with a controller PCB causes significant yield loss at an off-shore drive assembly plant and Ravinder is sent in to investigate...
Wire we fixing this
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1/19/2012   5 comments
Dwight has a story from his academic years and work done at a company that "built just about anything."
HMI squeeze
Engineering Investigations  
1/18/2012   6 comments
Problems with the human-machine interface on a Korean drilling platform have the users stumped ... until they call in the engineer, of course.
Liquidated damages
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1/11/2012   10 comments
Sometimes it's necessary to resort to a bit of stealth work to preserve your reputation...


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