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Re: X-Ray for CSP devices

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 16 10:32:52 EDT 1999 | Upinder Singh

Hello All, I am setting up a line to mount CSP/uBGA devices and now am looking at the X-Ray process. It is my opinion that this should be done offline - can you tell me if Im right or do I need to put one inline? Also anyone who is mou

Re: X-Ray for CSP devices

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 20 09:59:22 EDT 1999 | Vikram Butani

Hi Steve, What Earl says is true. You need a stand alone failure analysis/process verification system before you go inline. No matter what brand you choose, it is important to compare a few features, across the board: - X-ray source kV, mA, and f

Re: Classification of moisture sensitive devices

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 26 08:54:17 EDT 1999 | Dave F

Having implemented the process of handling moisture sensitive devices our logistics department tries to classify all parts according to their moisture level. Going through datasheets wasn�t that helpfull, so does anyone know of a source for that

Ball Deformation Inspection for CSP devices

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 07:15:49 EDT 1999 | SC

I am currently sourcing equipment to mount CSP devices. I have looked at the GSM Flexjet & also the Siemens 80 F series. However these machines only look for ball presence not ball deformation. Panasonic are the only ones who have a 3-D camera capabl

Re: Classification of moisture sensitive devices

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 26 10:21:22 EDT 1999 | John Thorup

Having implemented the process of handling moisture sensitive devices our logistics department tries to classify all parts according to their moisture level. Going through datasheets wasn�t that helpfull, so does anyone know of a source for

Re: Ball Deformation Inspection for CSP devices

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 07:28:03 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

I am currently sourcing equipment to mount CSP devices. I have looked at the GSM Flexjet & also the Siemens 80 F series. However these machines only look for ball presence not ball deformation. Panasonic are the only ones who have a 3-D camera capa

Re: Ball Deformation Inspection for CSP devices

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 03 15:15:09 EDT 1999 | J.S.

I am currently sourcing equipment to mount CSP devices. I have looked at the GSM Flexjet & also the Siemens 80 F series. However these machines only look for ball presence not ball deformation. Panasonic are the only ones who have a 3-D camera capa

Re: Classification of moisture sensitive devices

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 26 10:49:36 EDT 1999 | Wolfgang Busko

Having implemented the process of handling moisture sensitive devices our logistics department tries to classify all parts according to their moisture level. Going through datasheets wasn�t that helpfull, so does anyone know of a source

Re: Ball Deformation Inspection for CSP devices

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 11:29:39 EDT 1999 | John O'Brien

I am currently sourcing equipment to mount CSP devices. I have looked at the GSM Flexjet & also the Siemens 80 F series. However these machines only look for ball presence not ball deformation. Panasonic are the only ones who have a 3-D camera ca

Re: Handling of Moisture sensitive devices

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 27 20:34:12 EST 2000 | Dave F

Ashok: The real concern about moisture sensitivity is in plastic packaged parts. The plastic packaging used to manufacture surface mount technology devices absorb moisture from the environment. The high temperatures involved in vapor phase/reflow


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