Electronics Forum: shear strength (Page 7 of 8)

Re: Help I need DATA on Thermal shock caused by REWORK!

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 02 20:19:19 EDT 1999 | John Dwinell

I am currently in the middle of a company wide war and I'm looking for data (AMMO). Here are the problems: 1) I am looking for anyone who has done or seen any reports on Thermal Shock to smt parts and/or via holes caused by Soldering Ir

Problems with devices utilizing a

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 13 08:04:28 EDT 2007 | Cmiller

We have used thousands of them with no problems. They will not aid in "connector retention" unless you have a shear force at exactly the right angle. This is an advertising joke. They will help with alignment of the connector. Open your holes up so t

Re: Breaking scored boards, breaking components.

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 09 20:06:26 EST 1999 | Robert Culpepper

This may help you regarding the V-Groove or scored board designs. With respect to material left, I did some experiments and found that for our process .009 of material seemed to be ideal. There was minimal stress required to break the boards apart ye

Specification for Screw Torques

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 06 18:39:08 EST 2001 | MikeF

Also, check the website for Assembly magazine, http://www.assemblymag.com, they have some good information on the basics of torque. Determining the "correct" torque value can become very complicated very quickly. The same size screws made from differ

Re: Conductive Epoxy

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 13:24:12 EST 1998 | Russ M

Does anyone have any information or experience with the use of conductive epoxy in leu of solder. I have a unique application that might lend itself to this technology. I am looking for manufacturers, printing, curing and reliability info.

Re: Void in solder bump

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 15 09:27:18 EST 1999 | Earl Moon

I saw the problem of void in solder bump or in lead less component or some BGA. But I didn't have standard specification of that void is accept or reject? Do any body have the better idea or suggestion of the criteria ? Thank you, Wirat

Re: Conductive Epoxy

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 04 13:25:34 EST 1998 | Jeff Sanchez

Does anyone have any information or experience with the use of conductive epoxy in leu of solder. I have a unique application that might lend itself to this technology. I am looking for manufacturers, printing, curing and reliability info.

Problems with TI DSP modules

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 24 18:08:02 EDT 2001 | davef

1- DF1: WOW!!! How do people get these cool toys? CB: I am with the University at Buffalo Electronic Packaging Lab. http://www.packaging.buffalo.edu We have pretty much everything that is sold on the market as well as Laser inspection technologies we

aluminium wire bonding on Electroless Nickel + Immersion gold

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 27 15:06:29 EDT 2001 | davef

This otta push Wolfgang over the top ... Recommended reading G.G. Harman, Wire Bonding in Microelectronics : Materials, Processes, Reliability, and Yield, 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill Electronic Packaging and Interconnection Series, 1997. G.G. Harman, R

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