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two-sided design guidelines

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 22 12:01:18 EDT 2002 | russ

There is some pretty useful info in there

two-sided design guidelines

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 21 13:51:35 EDT 2002 | stepheno

Check out http://www.aimtronics.com/DFMDecember2000.pdf I"m not sure if there is anything usefull to you in it, and if you are going to check it out check it out soon, the company is in recievership.

two-sided design guidelines

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 23 08:24:57 EDT 2002 | pizz

I want to know how many PTH or DIP components is the critical point,when we choose the process,two side reflow or one reflow other wave soldering? it is not easy to make decision ,the cost of the hand soldering is cheap in our country. any comments w

two-sided design guidelines

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 23 12:13:51 EDT 2002 | slthomas

Thanks, Russ, and Stephen. Valuble comments all. I also downloaded the Aimtronics doc. Now, to convince someone to read something like that.....

two-sided design guidelines

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 23 12:06:09 EDT 2002 | russ

It sounds like you already know the answer! How much does it cost you to solder P.T.H. by hand (number of pins/per hour, / cost of assembler) vs. wave preparation and time of loading/masking etc... Cost of rework from each process? Only you can mak

two-sided design guidelines

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 24 01:10:54 EDT 2002 | pizz

thank ur kind help. the above two processes,which is more reliably,other words,robust? I am in a dilemma. some suggest that 50 pins is the critical point,once exceed the quantity,the hand soldering is not practical. I prefer to two sides reflow.but

two-sided design guidelines

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 09 14:15:56 EDT 2002 | slthomas

Pardon the cross-post from the design board....I thought maybe I should query both populations. Is anyone out there aware of any standard or even a section of a standard that specifically addresses design guidelines for two-sided assemblies, particu

two-sided design guidelines

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 09 11:59:56 EDT 2002 | slthomas

Is anyone out there aware of any standard or even a section of a standard that specifically addresses design guidelines for two-sided assemblies, particularly one that focuses on different processes? I'm being asked to produce information from said

two-sided design guidelines

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 18 09:50:02 EDT 2002 | russ

Steve, I am not aware of any standards so to speak. But IPC 782 and 770 have some useful info regarding mounting and pad geometries for wave etc... Since I do not know what type of components you will be wave soldering I will just give you some

design guidelines for wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 04 08:23:06 EST 2008 | davef

Look here: http://dcchapters.ipc.org/SanDiego/pcbdesignguide1.pdf

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