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IPC 610

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 29 10:06:08 EDT 2005 | bayanbaru

Would like to start a thread to discuss and share on IPC 610 standard.

IPC 610

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 29 12:08:15 EDT 2005 | davef

Go ahead. Can you be more specific?

IPC 610

Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 30 01:46:30 EST 2005 | Mika

Please share with us the need's and why's and we will then try to do our best to fulfill your questions. /Sincerly

IPC 610 and J-STD Rev D - What's it all About?

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 03 16:41:11 EST 2005 | davef

According to an on-line posting ... SMTA On-line Presentation Comparing Industry Standard Revisions March 9: IPC-A-610 with Regards to Lead-free Technology There have been extensive and significant changes to the industry standard IPC-A-610 with th

IPC 610 and J-STD Rev D - What's it all About?

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 03 16:33:24 EST 2005 | pjc

Revision D has over 730 new and updated illustrations of acceptability criteria and has been critically reviewed for clarity and accuracy. The document synchronizes to the requirements expressed in other industry consensus documents and is used with

IPC 610 and J-STD Rev D - What's it all About?

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 03 11:00:04 EST 2005 | PeteP

In a nutshell, what are the Rev D changes to the standards? What re-certification requirements are in place?

How do you prove IPC-A-610 compliance to a federal agency?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 09 14:28:29 EDT 2010 | jamyboy

Wondering if anyone has ever had to prove IPC-a-610 compliance to a Federal Agency (Not DOD)? If so how did you accomplish it and what was the Federal Agency's response after sending Proof of Compliance? Thank you in Advance

How do you prove IPC-A-610 compliance to a federal agency?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 12 09:45:29 EDT 2010 | jamyboy

Thank you for the response quite helpful..

What is a good spec for board warpage?

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 19 09:23:47 EST 2001 | davef

Bow & twist for bare boards and panels: IPC-A-610 1.5% for PTH only and 0.75% for SMT

This is a new one

Electronics Forum | Tue May 16 14:05:44 EDT 2006 | Mike

Hello, Heres my take. If the ends that are touching are connected by trace, and IPC-610 is satisfied, and the connection does not make a Parallel circuit where a series circuit is required, then I would treat it as a process indicator. That is, unle

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