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Production Defets

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 27 08:03:18 EDT 2006 | Chunks

Hi H.K.H. OK, I'll step on this one to see what happens... What exactly is the defect? You state this SMT spring acts as a conductor between an R and C. You also state it acts as a housing shock absorber too? Just trying to understand your quest

Cleaning solvent for no-clean board.

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 07 14:58:03 EDT 2002 | Ron Costa

Petroferm BioAct 105 works well for Indiums SMQ-92J

IQ, PQ, OQ report question.

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 15 11:44:09 EDT 2019 | cyber_wolf

Sorry that list is supposed to be bulleted. Site is acting weird

need edge emitting laser mount

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 07 19:50:14 EST 2000 | Charles Jim

Hi there, I need some edge emitting laser mount, acting as heat sink also, seen once, from one Japanese company, if you have related info, please email me or reply here. Thanks, Jim

Re: Question on Grounding Resistor

Electronics Forum | Wed May 24 11:07:24 EDT 2000 | Travis Slaughter

Use a low wattage resistor. It doesn�t take much to dissipate static electricity, but in a emergency hopefully the resistor could act like a fuse, burn up and go open before anyone gets zapped too bad.

need edge emitting laser mount

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 07 19:50:14 EST 2000 | Charles Jim

Hi there, I need some edge emitting laser mount, acting as heat sink also, seen once, from one Japanese company, if you have related info, please email me or reply here. Thanks, Jim

effective liquor for cleaning the residues in reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 13 17:17:57 EDT 2001 | medernach

I use BioAct SC-10 and it seems to work pretty well. The best bet is to contact your solder paste manufacturer and ask them for a recommended cleaning solvent for the flux residues... Regards, Justin

Heavy BGA Inspection

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 18 18:28:07 EDT 2001 | davef

We are assembling BGA [Texas Instruments (TMS320C6201)] that has metal slugs in the packaging that act as heat sinks. What are your recommendations for inspecting the solder connections on such devices?

Re: coplanarity

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 15 07:03:09 EST 1999 | Chris May

Marlies, The IPC definition, which I think we can trust, says that Coplanarity is defined as lying or acting in the same plane. In other words Coplanarity means no bent legs, pins. Regards, Chris.

Re: Continuous Flex Circuits

Electronics Forum | Tue May 11 16:00:28 EDT 1999 | LeeAnne

Where can I get information for manufacturing flex "like" circuits continuously or in a roll to roll or reel to reel manner? You could also try Advanced Circuit Tech.Inc. - their web site ...www.act-flexcircuit.com

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