BEST Inc. has been providing laser machined parts for the electronics industry for many years with both Kapton(TM) as well as as adhesive-backed Kapton (TM) shapes per customer requirements. These parts are being used as heat shields, spacers and mor
All Bob Willis training workshops are run on site at your manufacturing facility, conference or exhibition venues Worldwide. We offer the largest range of theory and hands on workshops in the industry. The content of any workshop may be modified to s
Simplimatic Automation Cimtrak Servo Side Shuttle Model# 2070. Made in 2007. Programmable pendant with up to six positions. This side shuttle is to divert boards perpendicular to the line. Can be used for AOI / SPI. Fully tested and functional,
Industry News | 2021-09-09 03:36:57.0
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Technical Library | 2019-10-21 09:58:50.0
An ACI Technologies customer inquired regarding printed circuit board(PCB) failures that were becoming increasingly prevalent after the SMT (surface mount technology) manufacturing process. The failures were detected by electrical testing, but were undetermined as to the location and specific devices causing the failures. The failures were suspected to be caused predominately in the BGA (ball grid array) devices located on specific sites on this 16 layer construction. Information that was provided on the nature of the failures (i.e., opens or shorts) included high resistance shorts that were occurring in those specified areas. The surface finish was a eutectic HASL (hot air solder leveling) and the solder paste used was a water soluble Sn/Pb(tin/lead).
Technical Library | 2020-01-02 12:16:02.0
A customer contacted the Helpline with the concern that parts being used in their assembly may possibly be counterfeit components. The counterfeiting of electronics components is a world-wide problem, and the threat today is even more evident than ever before. Any company, large or small, that manufactures assemblies using electronics components is equally susceptible to using counterfeit devices in their assemblies. In most cases, counterfeit components aren’t discovered until after the component has already been placed on a printed circuit board (PCB), usually during first article electrical test. At this point, the only recourse is to debug the circuit to determine the faulty component and rework each PCB already in production to replace the faulty component. As one might easily surmise, this is a rather costly process; world-wide, counterfeit components account for over $15B loss in sales annually!
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