Re: [PEDA] Fw: A little OT - ISO9000 was :PCB labelling

2003-06-09 Thread Chris Lowe
any fool can write ISO procedures badly, for ISO to work well for a company then the procedures must be written in such a way as to help the company in doing its business rather than hindering it! Dennis Saputelli wrote: i told my story before but ... i had a board once put on hold and

Re: [PEDA] Fw: A little OT - ISO9000 was :PCB labelling

2003-06-09 Thread Robert . Gillatt
: Subject: Re: [PEDA] Fw: A little OT - ISO9000 was :PCB labelling 09-Jun-2003 01:33 PM

Re: [PEDA] Fw: A little OT - ISO9000 was :PCB labelling

2003-06-09 Thread Terry Harris
On Mon, 09 Jun 2003 13:33:37 +0100, Chris Lowe wrote: any fool can write ISO procedures badly, for ISO to work well for a company then the procedures must be written in such a way as to help the company in doing its business rather than hindering it! Shame having a fool writing the

Re: [PEDA] Fw: A little OT - ISO9000 was :PCB labelling

2003-06-09 Thread Robert . Gillatt
: Subject: Re: [PEDA] Fw: A little OT - ISO9000 was :PCB labelling 09-Jun-2003 04:36

Re: [PEDA] Fw: A little OT - ISO9000 was :PCB labelling

2003-06-06 Thread ajenkins
Amen -Original Message- From: Yves Dubois [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, June 06, 2003 3:56 PM To: Protel EDA Forum Subject: [PEDA] Fw: A little OT - ISO9000 was :PCB labelling The problem with ISO is that it protects incompetent engineers and transform them into

Re: [PEDA] Fw: A little OT - ISO9000 was :PCB labelling

2003-06-06 Thread Dennis Saputelli
i told my story before but ... i had a board once put on hold and missed a major deadline ISO shop the called and said that my outside dimension string read 5.000 inches but when they measured the drawn outline it measured 4.999 inches i was out of the office by the time the 'deviation