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Re: Intermetallics and reflow profile

Electronics Forum | Wed May 03 20:24:22 EDT 2000 | Dave F

MF: I know of nothing that addresses your question directly. Let me suggest: * Technical types at your solder supplier should be able to help. * "Effect Of Intermetallic Compounds On The Thermal Fatigue Of Surface Mount Solder Joints" PL Tu, et a

IPC Standard for Acceptable and Reject Criteria

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 09:07:07 EST 2004 | dramos1

Hi, We would like to know on the IPC-A-610 rev. C standard for acceptable and reject criteria, do we have to satisfy all that are listed on the manual or either one will be OK? Thanks for all the assistance that will provided. Dennis1

IPC Standard for Acceptable and Reject Criteria

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 09:59:47 EST 2004 | Simon UK

Hi Dennis, I would say that you must meet one of the acceptable critera if you have others list, but it depends. Do you have a specific query in relation to a solder joint or other defect?? Simon UK

IPC Standard for Acceptable and Reject Criteria

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 15:55:42 EST 2004 | davef

Dennis: The IPC-A-610 requirements are seperate. * You need to meet all acceptance requirements, in order to be in compliance. * If you reject a part for any reason, you are not in compliance.

IPC Standard for Acceptable and Reject Criteria

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 16:32:20 EST 2004 | dramos1

Hi Dave, Thanks a lot for the clarification. In order to be in compliance with IPC standard, ALL criteria has to be met [in conformance]. If either one did not met, then this is a non-conformance. Again, thanks really appreciate your help. With be

IPC Standard for Acceptable and Reject Criteria

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 04 15:06:33 EST 2004 | dramos1

Hi Russ, Thanks for the input. We already check our subcontractor mounting of the connector on the board and it seems that the problem is related to some batch of connectors from their vendor. Anyway, i believe that your suggestions on the agreement

IPC Standard for Acceptable and Reject Criteria

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 09:42:31 EST 2004 | dramos1

Hi Simon, Thanks for the immediate reply. We really appreciate it very much. Currently, we are using Class 2 for the visual inspection criteria of our telecom boards. In IPC-A-610 Rev. C criteria, there are TARGET, ACCEPTABLE and REJECT criterias.

IPC Standard for Acceptable and Reject Criteria

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 09:18:27 EST 2004 | Simon UK

Hi Dennis, It is all dependant on what you state for the class of product i.e. Class 3 is the top end acceptance criteria used mainly in Aerospace and Military. You have 2 terms you need to grasp to avoid confusion. 1. Acceptance Criteria 2. Target

IPC Standard for Acceptable and Reject Criteria

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 14:46:29 EST 2004 | dramos1

Hi Russ, Thanks for the reply. In IPC-A-610 Rev. C on section 5.2.9 {Mounting - Connectors] page 5-21 on the manual [January 2000], the acceptable class [1,2,3]listed 3 items. In order for the connector to be accepted, are all 3 items must be met? I

Re: SMT training classes and start up equipment

Electronics Forum | Fri May 29 08:34:02 EDT 1998 | John Ryder

Dennis, Consider that only Philips can offer complete flowline solutions and equipment to satisfy any requirement, from low volume through high. Check out our website at www.philips-ia.com or call 1-800-4-PHILIPS =JR=

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