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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.

warp and twist

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 14 09:10:43 EST 2017 | davef

Assuming the traces run parallel and perpendicular to each other, I'd choose one direction the traces run as "x" and the other direction for "y." Then I'd pick a unique identifier on the board to insure proper orientation. Next, I'd measure warp and

warp and twist

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 13 23:05:02 EST 2017 | swestheimer

I have been asked a very good question but have not been able to find a good answer. IPC for both PCB and PCBA refer to the X & Y dimensions to measure warp and twist but how would you determine the warp and twist for a round PCB or PCBA?

I am looking for an IPC spec for intentional PCB warp

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 22 16:20:03 EST 2014 | warwolf

Basically the contract comes first, then the design drawings then IPC. if your costumer is asking you to bend the PCB then it becomes apart of the design drawings. as for looking for a cover, get it in writing that that's what they want you to do. I

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 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 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?

I am looking for an IPC spec for intentional PCB warp

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 22 13:54:25 EST 2014 | proceng1

My customer made a process change to overcome a design flaw. The PCB assembly mounts in a plastic housing. The PCB mounts to the front housing via plastic stand-offs. They had to change a connector on the back side of the assembly due to long term

I am looking for an IPC spec for intentional PCB warp

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 23 08:31:34 EST 2014 | proceng1

I know the contract rules, but this is idiotic. I did find the 10.2.6 spec already, but I had not looked at the TM-650. I'll check that out, thanks. I also may have found another part that has a better clearance, so I also hope to use these specs

This is a new one

Electronics Forum | Thu May 11 12:44:04 EDT 2006 | slthomas

One of our customers' products has a couple of adjacent 0603 packages (one resistor, one cap) that are .010" apart. They are side by side, not end to end. The adjacent pads between the two parts are electrically connected so bridging isn't an issu

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