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Extending the Golden Hour in the SMT Assembly Line



The first hour after a traumatic injury is called the "Golden Hour" and considered by trauma surgeons to be the most critical time for successful treatment. Although, different from a life or death situation, it is similar in an SMT assembly line where a few minutes of downtime can cost millions of dollars, so the Golden Hour concept does exist in the SMT production process.
Koh Young America, Inc.
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