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Class III PCB Manufacturer Needed

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 07 14:10:15 EDT 2004 | cburress

Looking for a reputable Class III PCB Manufacturer. Any leads are greatly appreciated.

Panasonic MPA III

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 06 15:42:21 EDT 2012 | empac

Hi, what is a used Panasonic MPA III worth ? Thank You.

HELP! Need MCH file to CSM84V-III and CSM66-III

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 17 11:51:52 EDT 2010 | arek

Hi, I bought Philips CSM machines (CSM66-III and CSM84V-III). I need flopy disc with some files (MCH, VIS, FDR). I created MCH file but the machine send me an error message: BAD FORMAT DATA. Could anyone help me and send me correct files. Thanks

Soldering Specification Needed

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 26 14:05:04 EDT 2011 | scottp

I agree that class III is overkill for most applications and the customer needs to pay for it if that's what they want. It's also true that class III doesn't assure things won't fail. Life expectancy is mostly due to component and material selectio

IPC Class II and Class III reliability

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 09 12:18:37 EDT 2003 | MA/NY DDave

Hi This is an excellent question or research project. I would call the IPC and find out if anyone has already done this work. My guess is that Class III should be slightly better, yet considering the application difference where Class III is used

IPC Class II and Class III reliability

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 09 14:09:54 EDT 2003 | davef

MA/NY DDave, I'll take your money. I'm betting on the Class II, whatever that is, because: * Solder is the same. * Board is the same from a fabrication and probably materials standpoint. * Components are the same. * Processing is the same. ... but

IPC Class II and Class III reliability

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 08 12:38:12 EDT 2003 | Denise

I'm looking for comparison data on MTBF for solder joints meeting IPC Class II vs Class III.

Sony SI-E1000-III & E2000

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 08 07:11:11 EDT 2004 | modwyer

Folks, Anybody know if Sony SI-E1000-III & SI-E2000 placement machines are any good? Are the reliable and consistent down to 0402 components? Thanks Mark

Class III PCB Manufacturer Needed

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 01 15:56:53 EST 2004 | fescsteve

Frontier Electronic Systems Corp. Stillwater, OK www.FESCorp.com IPC Class I - III and NASA Space qualified Quick turn-arounds to moderate volume. Steve

CSM 84 III have message 108

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 25 14:29:27 EST 2005 | sasha

CSM 84 III have message 108: SPEC. DISAGREEMENT The User Manual have not these mistake. What is this? Thanks

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