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A few months back, I wrote a blog resulting from a conversation I had with a group of Maintenance Technicians who were attending the International Maintenance Conference (IMC) in 2011. While the group was enjoying the conference and learning some new things, the general consensus was that they felt they would not […]

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Just to create some discussion, I was looking at slide recently that showed a P-F curve and in my mind it mislabeled both point P and point F.  The slide stated that point P was where the failure occurred, and point F is the point in time when the component fails.  My understanding from researching a few documents […]

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My first introduction to equipment reliability came in 1988 at Eastman Kodak Company in Rochester New York.  Jerry Haggerty, one of the founding members of SMRP (Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals) had begun to assemble a steering committee of Kodak Maintenance professionals who would begin working together sharing information on equipment reliability.  As a […]

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