Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 04 22:50:03 EST 2002 | Nell
Hi, Could anyone tell me where can I get the 0.4mm pitch CSP Dummy Component and the Test PCB? Any comments will be appreaciated. Thanks and Regards. Nell
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 06 07:13:23 EST 2002 | PeteC
nope, only placed 0.75mm pitch myself. I looked around some data sheets and did not find any 0.4mm.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 06 21:20:36 EST 2002 | davef
We are aware that 0.4mm parts are coming [ http://www.kns.com/prodserv/flipchip/products/roadmap-ultracsp.PDF ], but are assembling none at the present time. We�re in no rush!!!
Electronics Forum | Fri May 25 03:28:20 EDT 2007 | shparekh
Hi All, Brand new here. I am wondering if I can find a breakout board for 0.4mm pitch SMD connectors. TIA. -sanjay
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 09 21:04:56 EST 2001 | Dave F
So true!!!! I'm with you 100%. I get so tired of those people with their metric this and that. You know what I do? If someone talks centimeters, I just mutiply it times 0.4 to get inches!!! And another thing, if I ever wanted to convert inches t
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 12 00:49:37 EST 2019 | myke03o
I am optimizing a stencil opening for BGA with 0.4mm pitch and pad diameter of 0.2mm. Can anyone advice of stencil thickness and stencil opening I can use in order to have a good paste release. Thanks for all your answers.
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 05 08:13:50 EST 2002 | PeteC
Try Tessera. http://www.tessera.com
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 18 21:17:41 EST 2006 | davef
Use the IPC calculator [free at http://www.ipc.org]
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 14 10:52:56 EST 2019 | jandon
Maybe something like this could work?
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 30 07:55:31 EST 2001 | ibi
I will have to process a PQFP 128 with a pitch of 0.4 mm. Given that the width of its leads are about 0.13-0.23 mm, i dread the worst when printing the solder paste. So, i would like to know if some people have yet test this type of fine pitch, what