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Header problem

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 19 09:32:24 EDT 2001 | gsmguru

Try: JST or Samtec

Please HELP! TO220 Lead Forming

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 24 17:26:39 EST 2003 | pjc

try http://www.electro-prep.com

Please HELP! TO220 Lead Forming

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 24 19:08:51 EST 2003 | rdr

You could always make your own manual bender with shim stock etc...

Re: Hybrid solder balls

Electronics Forum | Mon May 15 20:10:27 EDT 2000 | Dave F

David: How about starting with MCMs? IPC docs are: * 2225 - Sectional Design Standard for Organic Multichip Modules (MCM-L) and MCM-L Assemblies * DD-135 - Qualification Testing for Deposited Organic Interlayer Dielectric Materials for Multichip

Best/Common Practice in Blank PCB QC

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 11 14:22:33 EST 2003 | ghenning

Hi All, Thanks for the helpful discussions on this. We're working at digesting the IPC-6010 series now. G. P.S. Salt and Pepper beards use "blank" too.

Please HELP! TO220 Lead Forming

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 24 11:09:43 EST 2003 | rdr

Excelta has some Pliers that may do this. I know that they have one for a 3-lead offset. You may try this number for more info. Ktec 18004685832 www.ktec-sys.com

Please HELP! TO220 Lead Forming

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 24 12:15:24 EST 2003 | zaxx007

Hi Kevin, Hepco makes a small unit called a Hepco 3000-2, with the right die set this should be no problem. The unit should retail for around $600.00USD, have a good day. Sincerely, Zack Schmad factory-automation@cox.net

Please HELP! TO220 Lead Forming

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 25 10:58:46 EST 2003 | davef

The best off-the-shelf option is: Go back to your customer and have them relay-out the board. This will: * Reduce labor costs. * Improve reliability by lowering the chance of package cracking caused by less than optimal lead forming.

Stencil Cleaner

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 14 08:00:54 EDT 2006 | davef

Systronic North America No. 5 Copper Beech Lane Ridgefield, CT 06877 Phone: 203-431-3730, 888-922-5974 (toll free) Fax: 203-431-6010 http://www.systronic.de

PCB Acceptance Standards

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 03 13:27:58 EDT 2001 | mparker

go to http:\www.ipc.org. get the following standards: IPC-A-600F Also look at the IPC-6010 series, this may help with your design group. Finally, consider getting IPC-SM-782 and IPC-7525. These are for Surface Mount Design & Land Pattern Standards

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