Electronics Forum | Mon May 04 06:31:50 EDT 2020 | jandon
Are you capable of doing Class 3 products? Does the design, bare PCB board and assembly meet the requirements of Class 3?
Electronics Forum | Tue May 27 16:42:01 EDT 2003 | markhoch
I've been tasked with finding out how difficult it would be to convert our company from a Class 2 to a Class 3 supplier. Does anybody know if there is a "how to" manual available to assist me in getting this done. Short of going thru all of IPC-A-610
Electronics Forum | Tue May 27 17:09:46 EDT 2003 | davef
J-STD-001C, Table 11-1 is a good starting point.
Electronics Forum | Mon May 03 21:39:09 EDT 2004 | ACE
Does anyone know there a standard matrix of clearances part to part for Class 2 and Class 3 board design. IPC does issue a preferred matrix but they are so liberal they not so useful in the real world. Any suggestions would really be appreciated.
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 08 21:49:24 EDT 2017 | sbar5781
Hello, I have a few PCB boards i am trying to be manufactured that are miniaturized medical devices. Thus they require IPC Class 3 Specs. However as miniature devices they have limited space, including a 0.4mm pitch BGA socket, which currently has
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 06:16:31 EDT 2017 | jamesbarnhart
I think you needed an IPC Class 3 annular ring because for very dense designs, the smaller the annular ring the better, as less space is taken by the pad or via and more space can be dedicated to routing the traces in highly populated areas of the bo
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 30 09:31:52 EST 2014 | rgduval
I've always approached it like this: Design your processes and perform your work to class three standards, and inspect to the standard that is acceptable. That is, all work should be performed to the highest degree of quality. When the work is ins
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 18 13:11:56 EDT 2002 | gdstanton
Steve, We are touching up 6 - 12% of all solder joints processed. We consider the solder joint to be the focal point of the SMT process. Therefore our metric is based on it. For example in a given month we... 1. Assembled 25pcs of 'A' (IPC-A-610/J
Electronics Forum | Thu May 23 07:50:04 EDT 2013 | icin
The attached images appear to be a result of a touchup process. We believe that this is not a fracture, but more of a condition where the solder touchup process did not completely flow the solder. Is this acceptable per J-STD-001 and IPC-A-610 Class
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 12 01:35:13 EDT 2007 | Haris
IPC-A-610D is a Acceptability of the Electronic assemblies so all your questions depends on the product classes either 1,2,or 3 and it is given in this standard about the acceptablity criteria of the soldering of any type of the components i.e. it h