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  • Virtual training first definition presentation

  • ObjectiveThe following presentation has the objective of defining the proposed virtual training system from a functional perspective as well as give some insight into some of the technical aspects

  • ContentsProposed approaches to using the systemProposed modulesProposed categorization of information necessary for the training processSome advantages of a using database

  • Proposed set of approachesSearch approach Set of modules designed for fast retrieval of pre-existing informationMailbox approach Set of modules for asking questions to the expertsAdministrator approach .- Set of modules for adding and deleting pre-existing informationMonitor approach .- Set of modules used for monitoring the performance of the elements of the process

  • Search approachThe user logs into the system and looks for existing information

  • Proposed Modules

    DVD Tests Module.DVD parameters definition Module .DVD parameter troubleshooting Module.Machine operation (80/20) Module.Machine theory, specifics and troubleshooting Module(Digitized users manual) .Process information by employee position Module .Safety issues Module .

  • DVD TestsDescriptions of each testImportance of each test in the QC process (Including explanation of the reason for measuring same parameters in different tests)Parameters measured in each test (Each with a link to their respective Parameter Definitions)Physical testing devices for each test (Name of device, description of device, physical location of device in the floor)Methods for testing different DVD formats and clear substratesSpecial considerationsExample 3 point Asym,RRO,Multipoint Jitter, R14,Prometeus Absolute birefringeance, layer thickness,Dr. Schenk - S,F,H2,N,ST,,V

  • DVD parameters definitionParameter dictionary (Including Dr. Schenk errors)Listing of all DVD parameters with their : Respective physical descriptionsText descriptionGraphical description (Diagrams, pictures or videos)To which DVD format each parameter appliesMinimum and maximum values (when it applies)For the appropriate parameters say if it is an error by itself (For example injection flaw or bonding gap that have no numeric values) Respective links to the DVD Tests that measure each parameterRespective links to the DVD parameter troubleshootingSpecial considerations

  • DVD parameter troubleshootingListing of all DVD parameters with a link to DVD parameters definition Description of the possible causes by order of occurrenceDescription of the solutions for each possible causeText descriptions of the solutionsFixed field descriptions of the solutions when appliesGraphical descriptions of the solutions(Diagrams, sequences, pictures, video and voice)Related secondary effects of changing parameters Eg. If temp increase jitter is fixed but radial or tangential can occurExampleInjection flaw -> Sumitomo -> Decrease 1st & 2nd injection speedsR14H0 -> Check substrate thickness OK -> Increase sputtering Units in SP2 - NOK- >Sumi ->Increase 4th position - >Meiki ->Increase SO

  • Machine operation (80/20)FOR EACH TYPE OF MACHINE molding and downstream(Based on the most common types of alarms, human errors and machine malfunctions)Description of the procedures (Dos and Donts) for starting, running and stopping a machine for optimal results in the case everything works well (Eg. Do not bypass the 15 minute wait after heat up is complete in the Sumitomo, Purge air in the Meiki molding machines after stopped for a while to avoid mold breaking)Listing of the most frequent problems when starting up a machine(There is no Polycarbonate in the container)Listing of the solutions to the most frequent problems when starting up a machine(If there is no polycarbonate in the container, check if the switch is turned on, if ON go to left hand corner of the floor and look in the monitoring display that your machine is activated in the Polycarbonate piping system )Listing of the most frequent problems when running a machine (alarms due to wasted substrates, broken sprues, robot not grabbing substrate, link to the digital users manual-when existent )Listing of the solutions to the most frequent problems when running a machine Listing of the most frequent problems when stopping a machineListing of the solutions to the most frequent problems when stopping a machine

  • Machine theory, specifics and troubleshooting(Users manual)This module will contain a detailed users manual for the molding and downstream machines. The arrangement will be similar to the arrangement in the text users manual, however, the user will have the advantage that the information will be extracted faster by using key words and indexes in alphabetic order, the links will also provide faster mobility within the manuals contentThe content will include detailed theory of the industrial processes involved such as:MasteringSputteringBondingCuringThe module will also include information about not so frequent problems such as what to do when Dr. Shenk goes offline or when the UV process is failing because of lack of vacum or low operating temperatures. The information will be arranged by groups of processes and then by alphabetical order. Whenever new complex problems occur , the fixer of the problem will have the option to include the new problem in this module by logging to the system as an administrator and adding the new problem There will be information that relates different processes by means of machine paramenters

  • Process information by employee position moduleThis module will provide with the specific job functions for each individual so that he is always at least, doing his job correctlyList the responsibilities for material handlers (Categorize remaining materials, take the metallized material to the silo and the rest to the recycling)For each, provide a detailed explanation List the responsibilities for operatorsFor each, provide a detailed explanation List the responsibilities for techniciansFor each, provide a detailed explanation List the responsibilities for engineersFor each, provide a detailed explanation

  • Safety issues moduleThis module will provide with the most important safety rules and aspects of working in the floor (Some of this material may be found in the MSDS, however, the material is cumbersome and it takes a while to find any kind of information)Hazards codeHazards of the chemicals used LacquerAcetoneMIBKAlcoholOver burned polycarbonateHazards in the airDescription of the particular smell in the air of the floorDescription of how to handle the contaminated shoes at home When lacquer gets home through the shoe soles, it is as dangerous as it is in the floor, possible accidents could also occur at home and nobody will know if the accident happened in the production floor or at home. This could be specially valuable for new employees and for those who have kidsDescription of how to handle the contaminated clothes at homeRules of safetyRecommendations of safety

  • End of Search approach

  • Mailbox approachThe user logs into the system when he wants to provide feedback

  • Proposed Modules

    Questions module .Recommendations module .Answers module .Frequently asked questions module .

  • Questions moduleThis module will be for asking a question of any kind, the question can be directed to somebody in particular when the user knows who can answer, or it can be sent to a group of people. The actual question will not be mailed to the recipients, only a notification that there is a question that needs to be answered and a link to log directly into the virtual training system, later the employee will be able to read the answer in the Answers module, the answer is also sent to a group of experts that certify the answer for later inclusion into the database as part of the knowledge base. All the information regarding the process will be recorded in the database to have a control of the following:Employee who asks, date and time of question, if he directed the question to somebody, to whom, date and time the question was answered, author of the answer, if the answer is certified by the group of expertsThe fields in the screens will be the followingEmployee ID - Who asksQuestion space What is askedRecipients To whom is the question directedAn expert individual To the individuals assigned for question answering (These people have to be experts in the area) when the user knows exactly who can answer the best his specific question Group of experts When the user is not sure who can answer his specific question. This group of experts have to be registered in the system as official answering individualsConfirmation of submission - If the question arrived to the recipients

  • Recommendations moduleThis module will have the objective of sending a recommendation to a selected individual or a group of individuals, the recommendations made will be stored in the database together with the date and time they where made:The fields in the screens will be the followingEmployee ID - Who makes the recommendation (optional)Recommendation space What is the recommendation Recipients To whom is the question directedAn expert individual To the individuals assigned for receiving recommendations. Used when the user knows exactly who to address his recommendation to Group of experts When the user is not sure who to send his recommendation toConfirmation of submission - If the question arrived to the recipients

  • Answers moduleThis module will be accessed by the user whenever he decides to, however, the time and date he logs in and checks for his answer will be recorded to monitor end of answering process as well as the employees that show more interest a