Will it be enough to translate the instruction or will it still be necessary to search for a specialist?
We recently purchased in China a new equipment for the production of plastic windows in Almaty. But we cannot find a specialist who can properly configure it. And the instruction to this equipment is completely in Chinese. To configure such equipment, will it be enough to translate instructions or will it still be necessary to search for a specialist?
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Answered on August 10 00:55
Of course, it is best to find a specialist. When a new equipment was brought to the factory from Germany, a specialist came to the factory who set it all up.
Answered on August 10 00:59
Such equipment has the same principle of operation, so it will be possible to find a person who worked on a similar machine. I think it will greatly help in setting it up.
Answered on August 10 01:04
I think it will be quite enough to simply translate the instructions from this equipment into your language in order to configure it correctly. Moreover, now there are a sufficient number of bureaus that are engaged in the translation of such documents from the Chinese language in Almaty.