Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 05 14:30:29 EST 2015 | chsravan
Can I apply IPC-610 class 3 workmanship standards to an assembly made with a IPC-600 class 2 PCB?
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 12 17:03:21 EDT 2006 | pjc
Its in the IPC 600 bare-board specification.
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 28 02:22:52 EDT 2014 | jkhiew
We found repeated pad lifted after different SMT Reflow temperature (eg: 243 deg C and 233 deg C) at an isolated slot. The PCB Supplier had claimed that such condition is acceptable as per IPC 600H Clause 3.3.2 (Cross Sections) - eg: Acceptable - C
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 23 08:38:52 EST 2004 | Roxy Kendall
Does the conductor spacing requirement in IPC-600G apply to pads? Does it include the nickel/gold finish or only the underlying copper?
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 26 13:28:50 EDT 2008 | qaman
I am new to the board so be gentle with me. There are standards such as IPC-610 for PCB assembly, IPC-600 for bare boards, etc. Is there a "standard" for electro-mechanical assembly? Is there an IPC standard or any other industry approved standard
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 02 13:30:05 EDT 2008 | evtimov
I am new to the board so be gentle with me. > There are standards such as IPC-610 for PCB > assembly, IPC-600 for bare boards, etc. Is there > a "standard" for electro-mechanical assembly? Is > there an IPC standard or any other industry > appro
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 29 13:14:39 EDT 2014 | hegemon
I hope Dave is saying that your supplier is pulling the wool over your eyes, and not describing the actual event.
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 06 18:32:59 EST 2015 | chsravan
Hi Scott,Thank you for the response. I was also thinking the same that the assembly will no longer be Class III. Thanks again.
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 28 15:20:50 EDT 2014 | davef
Your customer is correct. Your supplier has clamped some sort of machine to your butt and has plugged it in the wall outlet. Honest mistake: * IPC-A-600H, 3.3.2 Lifted Lands - (Cross Sections) ... pertains to boards that were cross sectioned after t
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 12 22:29:10 EST 2023 | rgduval
So, as I understand it, IPC6012 are performance criteria that your board shop should be using. I think you'd want to be using IPC600 for acceptance criteria at incoming inspection. At least, that's what I always did in my CM days. And, since you'r