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BGA PCB Pad size

Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 19 10:25:54 EST 2003 | davef

You shouldn't freak. You want the pads on both sides of the BGA ball the same so that the torgue from changes in dimension due to different CTE [ie, interposer, solder, bare board, etc.] is balanced on the top and the bottom of the ball. So, the ma

Black Pad

Electronics Forum | Tue May 06 12:01:47 EDT 2003 | davef

H2PO3^- + H2O + 2OH^-" is not balanced. It should be "3H2PO2^- => H2PO3^- + H2O + 2OH^- + 2P" tommyg_fla I'll respond your question, but I've got alligators up to here, and they're doing what alligators do.

Standard kit in LVHM environment

Electronics Forum | Fri May 09 16:48:59 EDT 2003 | Ozzy

KH This won't work if your planning on running these 2 machines together in line. The fast machine will always be waiting on the slow machine. How many Philips FCM's have you seen in line with Mydata? Don't think to hard; the answer is zero. Wh

0402 opposing track balance

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 08 12:52:57 EDT 2003 | davef

So, if you give your customers design guidelines and one their products causes a cataclysmic explosion, resulting in the deaths and disfigurement of many handicaped third-world children, could a lawyer consider you responsible? Spec Fir Tree General

Complexity Index of PCB for characterising reflow profiles

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 11 17:42:52 EDT 2003 | Kris

How can one go about defining the complexity of a PCB for characterizing reflow profiles A large balanced board may be easier to profile than smaller unbalanced board ? Any ideas how to define an index to calculate the complexity based on size,weig

Dream SMT Line

Electronics Forum | Fri May 07 04:54:47 EDT 2004 | ravi

hi friend, i will suggest u very god equipment with long life m/c"s , no need of balance in bank for repairing or fast replacement of m/c 1. printer---minami---japan 2. chip shooter--- fx1 juki --japan 3. chip mounter---ke2060 juki---japan 4. replo

Programming feeder Setup

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 24 00:37:49 EDT 2004 | Justanobody

Look into the Multi-Job Line Balancer. You select a group of products that you want to run and WHAM-Oh! A setup sheet is created that tells you what you need to move once you run out of room or a part number is no longer needed. Contact Fuji America

Programming feeder Setup

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 23 16:38:12 EST 2004 | rodionp

I will let you use our software for free before it goes retail (planned for january - february 2005), if pricing is a concern for you. We do feeder setup optimization as well as assembly sequence optimization (however we don't do line balancing).

Programming feeder Setup

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 02 17:42:35 EST 2004 | resslerr

The best solution is to use a software tool which offers program optimization, feeder set-up and line balancing even if different machine types are in the same line. Check out the leading solution provider: http://www.timmsweb.com In my view, your

SMT tact time

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 08 03:08:05 EDT 2004 | peter016

Hi Everyone, I am new to this forum. I have posted a similar question on this subject (Chipmounter Plancement Speed). Does the 60% inclusive of the PM and Downtime ? I also find that line balancing also plays a part. For example the Universal GSM II

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