Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 02 15:58:38 EDT 2019 | slthomas
Sorry, I guess I missed the point originally but yes, in the case of separate drawings and BOMs, the drawing wouldn't have to change unless the form or fit changed enough to justify a change. Obviously if the only BOM is the one on the drawing, the
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 15 17:29:25 EDT 2004 | gregp
Just an idea... Try investigating methods for storing large drawings. We have a hanging file cabinet for E size drawings. You apply a self adhesive strip of mylar to the end of the drawing that has four holes in it. The cabinet opens up and 2 sets
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 02 13:56:32 EDT 2019 | slthomas
It's not that uncommon. I've seen AS9100 certified companies use different revisions for the BOM, assembly drawing, and the product itself. In this case the product revision may be affected by either a BOM or a drawing revision, while the other r
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 06 21:57:34 EST 1999 | cklau
Hi folks; I had this funny idea that SMTnet can provide some new feature's like a freehand drawing utilities that way we can draw some technical illustration drawing in our text message area or cut and paste from our windows clipboards to our existi
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 06 20:15:51 EDT 2005 | Gary Bremer
The good old days weren't all that bad. When I needed to have a specification callout for a conformal coating on an engineering drawing, I just used MIL-I-46058, type UR (for example), and the drawing checkers were quite happy. Since MIL-I-46058 ha
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 25 20:52:25 EDT 2000 | Dave F
Nick: I got two choices for ya: 1 Call your supplier, have 'em send ya an outline drawing, and read the pitch from the drawing. 2 Buy a vernier caliper and measure the center to center spacing of the leads. Good luck
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 14 15:44:37 EST 2003 | Claude_Couture
Do you mean on a drawing of said PCB, or just on the CAD file? If in the CAD file, use a word processor and do a search. On a drawing, There are a number of PCB cad software out there, they should have a search command. if not, you are on your own.
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 16 14:24:54 EST 2006 | cyber_wolf
Find out what the exhaust draw requirements are and talk to a HVAC expert. They should be able to tell you what size fans and duct work you need for your oven. They can also calculate how much draw you have with your current set up.