Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 21 23:10:22 EDT 2006 | cpliew
How does it effect the fabricators' manufacturing yields and efficiencies? And reliability of the fabricated PCB?
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 05 03:30:26 EST 2009 | esota
Any good soldering pallets (Wave/reflow) fabricators for to recommend??
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 16 08:20:36 EDT 2006 | davef
First, isn't paper a nonwoven? Maybe we start splitting hairs on whether paper is a 'fabric' or not, but what's the difference? Second, paper versus nonwoven fabric boils down to performance and cost. We know 'paper', but it could be 'fabric' and
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 05 03:28:37 EST 2009 | esota
Can anyone recommend some good wave soldering/reflow pallets fabricators? We are procuring good pallets fabricators for production
Electronics Forum | Fri May 08 09:44:23 EDT 2009 | davef
Board fabricators use solder as a resist to protect copper traces from process chemicals. Fabricators remove this resist in later processing. It's possible that board fabrication processing is the source of the tin that you see.
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 12 09:54:44 EDT 2012 | proy
Attached is an image of PCB fabricators logo Can anyone identify the fabricator from this, I beleive it is a North American board, assembled in the Austin Tx area.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 09 17:21:39 EDT 2002 | davef
In describing a bare board, you need to talk about base, laminate, and conductive materials. Common laminate materials are: * Glass fabric * Cotton fabric * Paper Common NEMA grades of technical laminates are: * Glass Fabric Grades: G3, G7, G10,
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 12 15:50:01 EDT 2009 | davef
Wouldn't think of them as peas and carrots. Maybe, tree and carrot. ITAR: Export regulations that are specific. Board fabricators may choose to be ITAR registered. AS9100: Aerospace tailored version of ISO9000. So, it's general. In it's base form, AS
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 21 17:15:53 EDT 1998 | Cy Holmes
Anyone know of reasons why PWB fabrication and board assembly shouldn't take place in the same building? eg contamination? corrosion? etc
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 15 16:28:42 EST 2003 | dphilbrick
I am real curious if anyone else out there is experiancing a noticible increase in quality problems with their PWB fabricators. Your comments would be apreciated (leave company names out of the thread though)