Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 19 11:14:45 EDT 2002 | Jim M.
We had lots of problems with bridging on 15.8mm pitch, QFP17-160 at the start.The board was .032 thick, double sided-six boards to a panel. Here is the problems (not neccessarily in the biggest to little but as i remember them) and solutions that he
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 26 14:21:47 EST 2007 | gersla
I am looking for suggestion of BGA 0.5mm pitch Ball 0.3mm (BGA 8x8mm)assembly and soldering. Stencil thickness? Stencil reduce? Etc.
Electronics Forum | Sun Jun 14 19:41:35 EDT 2020 | yakout
hello michal have a nice day i need to adjust the pitch from 4mm to 8mm
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 08 04:19:16 EST 1999 | pascal MATHIEU
I am working in electronic automotive industry and today we are facing to a very serious problem : if we want to use a PCBoard with a copper thickness of 90�m + fine pitch circuit (0.65mm, 0.5mm) the supplier(several) of the PCB has some trouble t
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 02 10:24:48 EST 2005 | Guest
Balls are 0.30 mm diameter, with a height of 0.24 mm It's a 8*8 mm 184 pins BGA.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 31 09:06:11 EDT 2005 | PWH
Agree with Siverts. We do a build that has 0.3mm pad diamter BGA (0.8mm pitch - distance from pad center to pad center) and 0.5mm dia. BGA balls. Stencil specs. are: 5 mil. thickness, square BGA pad aps. (1:1, 0.3mm square aps), laser cut. Seems
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 18 18:48:33 EDT 2002 | davef
Fabs can produce a solder mask web between 20 pitch leads, but I've never seen a web for 16 pitch leads. Although, I would like know a supplier that can lay-down a fine web. Minimum solder mask web width is about 0.004 thou. An absolute mininum o
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 14 11:02:59 EST 2003 | soupatech
I found a feeder with a 2mm pitch and was told that although it was made for the CP4, it would work with the CP3. Before we throw out a thousand bucks, has anyone had experience loading parts off of a 2mm pitch tape with the CP3? The part is a 1.6
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 15 10:53:18 EST 2013 | boriskilk
We wouldn't advocate extending the soldermask beyond the component body but yes to ganging for fine pitch. To ensure we don't run into issues with flaking our preference is not to add solder mask when the space between pins is less than 6 mil.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 18 10:06:30 EDT 2002 | Bob M
I place 15-20 mil a lot. You need to look at your pad to apature reduction. Your stencil thickness. The type of paste your using. We use 2-5 mil reduction on each side as a general rule on fine pitch. This varies depending on pad width. We also use 5