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Re: 1 mil = ?? inches

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 16 16:16:16 EDT 1999 | Power Circuits, Inc.

I am not familiar with the "mil" metric. How many inches is in 1 mil? ...or 10 mil? 1 mil= .001 inches 10 mil= .010 inches Also, it has nothing to do with metric.

1 mil = ?? inches

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 16 16:04:58 EDT 1999 | Mini Mike

I am not familiar with the "mil" metric. How many inches is in 1 mil? ...or 10 mil?

Re: 1 mil = ?? inches

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 16 20:37:08 EDT 1999 | Dreamsniper

I am not familiar with the "mil" metric. How many inches is in 1 mil? ...or 10 mil? 1 mil= .001 inches 10 mil= .010 inches Also, it has nothing to do with metric. I was also confused with this standard of measuring bef

Component Package/Classification

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 21 17:46:17 EDT 2005 | Frank

Russ, Your math is right, but you are converting the wrong direction. I belive: 0201s use millimeters for specification sizes, not inches. And 01005 use millimeters for specification sizes, not inches. And it may be like that for all passives, bu

Settting up conveyors for a SMT line....

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 12 17:10:02 EST 2003 | Mike G

Most conveyors are sold by the inch. I allow for no more than one inch gap between the end of the conveyor and the next piece of equipment. If you trust your measurements, 1/2 inch is best. This will allow for the smoothest transfer possible of small

Gold Thickness

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 09 08:20:56 EDT 2006 | kehoem@bellsouth.net

We have a board calling out for 50 micro-inches of nickel over 30 micro-inches of gold. This is a solid gold board on Rogers material. ENIG cannot be deposited that thick right? Electroplated gold (we thought) was usually 35-50 micro-inches and was

screen blade length

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 02 14:25:38 EDT 2009 | esoderberg

I have always gone with blade length equal to board width plus 2 inches - 1 inch either side. Is there any technical reason that I could not use a longer blade, say 2.5 inches on either side?

ceramic cap cracking

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 02 20:00:48 EST 2005 | davef

150*C/min * Determining the distance it takes to lower the delta temperature at the current conveyor speed: [150*C/min]/[25 inch/min] = 6*C/inch * Calculating how much of this 6*C/inch would be spread along the length of the 0805 capacitor: [6*C/inch

Solderability issues due to excessive nickel

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 27 20:01:00 EDT 2014 | rangarajd

Hello, We are facing solderability issues on a particular lot of board. THe Nickel thickness measured with an XRF is around 400 U inches. Spec calls out for 130 u inches Nickel and 3 - 5 U inches gold over it. Assuming there is no porosity on the g

Calculating PCB surface area

Electronics Forum | Fri May 17 14:46:29 EDT 2002 | Claude_Couture

in both samples the water displacement is 1 cubic inch of water since the volume is the same. the first has a thickness of 1 inch, the second has a thickness of a few microns. if you know the volume and one of the lengh, width or thickness, you can c

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