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AS9000 (Aerospace) Standards

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 05 23:12:55 EST 2002 | ianchan

Hi, Can anyone help us? we are looking for a website to download the AS9000 (Aerospace) Standards. Any known website locations having this Standards? Else, anyone can tell us how/where to purchase a copy of the AS9000 Standards?

AS9000 (Aerospace) Standards

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 08 20:28:16 EDT 2002 | ianchan

Ok, thanks Dave.

BGA reliability in Aerospace applications

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 18 08:40:03 EDT 2000 | Jenny Wilton

Does anyone know where I could obtain a copy of a report on BGAs in space which was done by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in the USA? I am interested in any other info anyone may have on this subject. Many thanks Jenny

AS9000 (Aerospace) Standards

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 08 12:19:27 EDT 2002 | davef

No, but check with folk at American Society for Quality [ http://www.asq.org ]. Since they publish the US version of ISO 9000, maybe they can give you a lead on the publisher of the document you seek.

Lead Free Solder Reliability Issues in Military and Aerospace

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 26 16:25:33 EST 2005 | patrickbruneel

Amen Dave

Lead Free Solder Reliability Issues in Military and Aerospace

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 26 12:36:14 EST 2005 | Rob Wilson

I saw in a presentation that military testing of lead-free soldering for reliability has not gone well. Basically, unlike commercial applications where the alloys performed better they did worse when under the more extreme military and aerospace con

Lead Free Solder Reliability Issues in Military and Aerospace

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 26 12:56:36 EST 2005 | patrickbruneel

Rob, Check these links as a starting point http://www.calce.umd.edu/lead-free/longterm.htm http://www.calce.umd.edu/lead-free/tin-whiskers/

Lead Free Solder Reliability Issues in Military and Aerospace

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 26 15:55:31 EST 2005 | davef

There is: * NO information to indicate leadfree solder is at all reliable regardless of class of operation. * NO material model for leadfree solder, whereas the model for lead solder was developed over many years back during a time when companies be

Pure Tin Quandry

Electronics Forum | Sun Jun 05 08:45:44 EDT 2005 | davef

There is none. That's why aerospace is exempt.

BGA Rework

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 14 14:39:35 EDT 2003 | jonfox

That's nothing! A former aerospace customer of mine ordered their pick and place equipment and had it installed in August. Their first run of 5, yes 5, boards was not due to testing until the following May. They just wanted to make sure they were

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