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X2.5 Automated In-line X-ray Inspection (Transmission, 3D-SFT, Off-Axis)

X2.5 Automated In-line X-ray Inspection (Transmission, 3D-SFT, Off-Axis)

New Equipment | Inspection

Automated inspection system designed for sophisticated high-speed inspection in SMT production. Transmission X-ray Technology with patented Slice-Filter-Technique (SFT) and Off-Axis Technology present a reliable solution for the in-line inspection of

MatriX Technologies GmbH

PACE IR 3000 Infrared BGA/SMT Rework System

PACE IR 3000 Infrared BGA/SMT Rework System

New Equipment | Rework & Repair Equipment

Production BGA Installation & Rework WITHOUT the Expensive Nozzles! The IR 3000 is the most advanced BGA rework system available on the market today. It can easily install and remove BGA, QFN, µBGA/CSP, Flip Chip and other SMD's. Featuring a 500W in

PACE Worldwide

PACE & Cumberland Electronics to Present BGA/Area Array Component Rework Workshops in Philadelphia & Baltimore in September

Industry News | 2019-08-29 21:58:20.0

PACE Worldwide and Cumberland Electronics have teamed up to host two separate Technical Workshops on "Non-Destructive BGA/Area Array Component Rework" on September 10th at ACI Technologies in Philadelphia PA, and on September 12th at the PACENTER Training Center in Elkridge MD.

PACE Worldwide




The X2 is an advanced In-line X-RAY inspection system designed for high-speed automatic inspection in production lines. Transmission X-RAY technology is combined with patented Slice-Filter-Technology (SFT) for double-sided PCB assembly and component

MatriX Technologies GmbH

Official PACE IR 3000 Tutorial - Install and Remove BGA and SMC

Official PACE IR 3000 Tutorial - Install and Remove BGA and SMC


"The IR 3000 offers advanced surface mount rework capability in an integrated, cost-effective, bench-top work station." This video covers the basic processes of the IR 3000, focusing primarily on: Installations, Removals, Component Alignment and Ins

PACE Worldwide

Via Filling Applications in Practice

Technical Library | 2020-07-15 18:49:03.0

Via Filling • Through Hole Vias - IPC-4761 – Plugging – Filling – Filled & Capped • MicroviaFilling and Stacked Vias

Würth Elektronik GmbH & Co. KG

Using Automated 3D X-Ray Inspection to Detect BTC Defects

Technical Library | 2013-07-25 14:02:15.0

Bottom-termination components (BTC), such as QFNs, are becoming more common in PCB assemblies. These components are characterized by hidden solder joints. How are defects on hidden DFN joints detected? Certainly, insufficient solder joints on BTCs cannot be detected by manual visual inspection. Nor can this type of defect be detected by automated optical inspection; the joint is hidden by the component body. Defects such as insufficients are often referred to as "marginal" defects because there is likely enough solder present to make contact between the termination on the bottom-side of the component and the board pad for the component to pass in-circuit and functional test. Should the board be subjected to shock or vibration, however, there is a good chance this solder connection will fracture, leading to an open connection.

Flex (Flextronics International)

Joule Heating Effects on the Current Carrying Capacity of an Organic Substrate for Flip-Chip Applications

Technical Library | 2009-07-22 18:33:41.0

This paper deals with the thermal effects of joule heating in a high interconnect density, thin core, buildup, organic flip chip substrate. The 440 μm thick substrate consists of a 135 μm thick core with via density of about 200 μm. The typical feature sizes in the substrate are 50 micron diameter vias is the core/buildup layers and 12 micron thick metal planes. An experimental test vehicle is powered with current and the temperature rise was measured. A numerical model was used to simulate the temperature rise in the TV.

i3 Electronics

The Effect of Coating and Potting on the Reliability of QFN Devices.

Technical Library | 2014-08-28 17:09:23.0

The fastest growing package types in the electronics industry today are Bottom Termination Components (BTCs). While the advantages of BTCs are well documented, they pose significant reliability challenges to users. One of the most common drivers for reliability failures is the inappropriate adoption of new technologies. This is especially true for new component packaging like BTCs. Obtaining relevant information can be difficult since information is often segmented and the focus is on design opportunities not on reliability risks (...)Commonly used conformal coating and potting processes have resulted in shortened fatigue life under thermal cycling conditions. Why do conformal coating and potting reduce fatigue life? This paper details work undertaken to understand the mechanisms underlying this reduction. Verification and determination of mechanical properties of some common materials are performed and highlighted. Recommendations for material selection and housing design are also given.

DfR Solutions

Component Level Reliability For High Temperature Power Computing With SAC305 And Alternative High Reliability Solders

Technical Library | 2017-02-16 16:53:49.0

This experiment considers the reliability of a variety of different electronic components and evaluates them on 0.200” power computing printed circuit boards with OSP. Single-sided assemblies were built separately for the Top-side and Bottom-side of the boards. This data is for boards on the FR4-06 substrate.This paper was originally published by SMTA in the Proceedings of SMTA International.

Auburn University

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