Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 12 12:54:25 EST 2013 | jaimebc
For selective soldered components, or even hand soldered, with vertical bend components, the body of the component, in this case a resistor, is making contact with the surface of the PCB, making it impossibe to visually see the solder fillet. Or to d
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 14 02:29:52 EST 2013 | padawanlinuxero
Hello I hope this helps For a component with axial leaded - vertical The clearance of the component body or weld bead above the land is 1.00mm (0.039in) Component body must be perpendicular to the board The overall height does not exceed maxim
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 11 20:49:39 EDT 2007 | raychamp007
3W. Figure 8-84 shown evidence of heel bend wetting(but no written criteria mention about the solder fillet must present at the heel bend). It is acceptable if the minimum D(3W/75%L)extend from toe which is no evidence of solder fillet at heel bend?
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 12 20:44:58 EDT 2007 | raychamp007
If the solder joint meeting 126.96.36.199, minimum side joint length(D) and also meeting 188.8.131.52, minimum heel fillet height (F) but the heel fillet NOT extend to the mid point of outside bend. It is acceptable?
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 13 02:55:47 EDT 2007 | raychamp007
Davef, Thanks for your reply. Also sorry because I didint notice your ealier reply on http://www.smtnet.com/Forums/Index.cfm?CFApp=1&Message_ID=48991 regarding the normal gull wing lead, the solder fillet must extend to the mid point of outside lead
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 13 07:25:06 EDT 2007 | davef
Your paste should meet the mid-point of outside lead bend. If you cannot meet that, IPC-A-610D, 184.108.40.206 defines the minimum. We agree that it gets confusing when you post multiple threads on the same or very similar topic.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 12 20:32:31 EDT 2007 | davef
On one hand, nothing in 220.127.116.11 that states that you need a heel fillet. It only talks to the length of the side fillet. On the other hand, we suggest that you should use 18.104.22.168 to determine if your heel fillet is acceptable, after you have determ