We have a PCB with the dual sided connector that slides on from the edge and has leads on the top and bottom sides of the PCB. It has 20 leads on each side of the PCB with with about .8mm pitch. The PCB also has a gold grounding strip on the edge for the connector.
Has anyone had any manufacturing experience with this type of connector and how they did it that is willing to share?
Did you screen print both sides of the PCB and then slide on the connector during second assembly after applying paste manually to the edge of the PCB? Did you leave the bottom side without paste and then manually hand solder the bottom side pins at post SMT?
I am looking for ways to minimize solder bridging and hand soldering.