Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 23 11:56:09 EDT 2006 | aj
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 25 07:42:29 EDT 2006 | davef
Our sympathies about the ENIG boards. B:) So, you cut the end off the barrier bag, take 200 boards, heat seal the end of the bag and restock it, build the 200 boards and ship them, right?
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 28 07:28:07 EDT 2006 | davef
Mr Jarvis One experience with black pad makes you promise never to use ENIG again. It's nice that you have a supplier that has avoided that problem.
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 25 04:17:51 EDT 2006 | aj
Thanks for reply, I am mainly concerned when we run a batch of say 200 out of a kit of 400. due to part shortages we might have to revisit the remainder a few weeks later. Its these boards that concern me. we use enig boards. aj...
Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 27 20:30:53 EDT 2006 | darby
AJ, We use all ENIG boards. After opening, any remaining boards are kept in low humidity keeping cabinet. I have never experienced a problem using this method I think the longest I have kept them this way is eighteen months. We also store any open tr
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 28 20:45:41 EDT 2006 | darby
Dave, I have never even seen black pad - even in my subby days. As my wife says whenever I find a good parking spot: "Lucky Darby and his beautiful wife!" This is particularly so if we go to Watto�s - www.sydneypubguide.net/pubs/Watsons_Bay_Hotel_(D
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 29 20:42:09 EDT 2006 | davef
Once a rock star, always a rock star, eh bubba? Ozz don't forget stuff like that. After a half liter of golden merriment, I don't care about how odd the food tastes, I just want to remain agile enough to dodge the sinkholes on the way home.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 29 19:54:08 EDT 2006 | darby
Dave, The parking is difficult but don't believe the reviewer about the getting a table business. I just walk in and my waiter; Luigi the Unbelievable, goes to my regular table and says, "You! Jackman, Gibson anda McPherson - piss off! Mr Jarvis and
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 24 15:54:13 EDT 2006 | davef
It depends. What is: * Storage environment and period * Board laminate, epoxy, and copper thickness of PTH * Down stream process * Etc FR4 0.062" thick boards absorb between 0.08 to 0.1%Wt of moisture within a 24 hour period, and 0.2 to 0.23%Wt in
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 29 08:11:12 EDT 2006 | davef
"... we've coerced Josh into driving us out to Watson's bay, braving the horrendous parking situation, to visit Doyle's." Good for you, but you could be parking on a sinkhole: http://www.uwsp.edu/geo/faculty/ozsvath/images/winter_park_sinkhole.htm