Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 21 08:07:10 EDT 2006 | amol_kane
I struggled with the std too, when trying to justify the need for a desiccant cabinet. according to my interpretation: 1. the components are baked at 125 or 150 dec C within 24 hrs of manufacture (this is MET) and sealed in the MBBs at the component
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 02 13:29:30 EST 2006 | russ
6 mils maybe? instead of 6mm? We go down to 5 mils and up to 7 with 0603. You could even use a 4mil stencil for these without any problems. The .2mm (.0078")apart however might get you in trouble unless your equipment is rock solid.
Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 04 12:01:28 EST 2006 | slthomas
Slightly related story....my dad (vision not so good) put a gallon of WATER in with 4 gallons of cooking oil to deep fry a turkey. Of course the water was on the bottom and when it started boiling, whoooheeee!
Electronics Forum | Thu May 25 16:12:13 EDT 2006 | steve_ucsd
I find it hard to believe that AIM never contacted you either by the rep or directly. I switched to AIM solder 4 years ago after using several of their competitor�s pastes for the very fact that the products were as good but Aim�s technical support w
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 13 15:31:52 EDT 2006 | daxman
Yes, you are correct, no fiducial correction. If I force a fiducial correction, then the placement is alright. I should also mention that the placement gets worse as the production continues. I checked the lead screws and bearing holder...looks o