Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 30 09:12:18 EDT 2013 | rgduval
1 mm, recommended inspection range is from 1.5X to 3X magnification. For verification of rejects, 4X magnification is recommended. Cheers, ..rob
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 04 10:50:24 EDT 2001 | jseagle
Check out Waldmann, I've bought 2 of their Ominvue magnifiers and am very happy with them. James
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 20 10:08:18 EDT 2006 | slthomas
Does anything happen when you tweak the magnification/zoom settings?
Electronics Forum | Thu May 25 15:50:05 EDT 2006 | Chunks
Given the magnification used on this picture, this does not look like a nodule I've ever seen.
Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 28 09:43:55 EDT 2013 | ernestodalluay
Hi Everyone, What is required magnification to inspect 0603 component? ernie
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 18 11:34:00 EDT 2001 | Gil Zweig
As you probably have discovered, the cost of x-ray inspection systems can run anywhere from $35,000 to $350,000 or more depending on if you want an In-line or off-line system. Assuming ,in your facility, you want an off line system, then the next con
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 03 13:51:17 EST 2006 | Chunks
We've looked at our stencil under magnification after hand cleaning. There is some paste left behind. Machine washing removes all of the paste. Your best bet is to clean like normal, then look at the aps under magnification. Adjust accordingly (a
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 03 14:08:55 EST 2000 | Michael Parker
Your best answer for determining cleaning method is to contact your stencil supplier and follow their recommendation. Periodic inspection of your apertures (using microscope, or minimum 10x magnification) would also be a good idea to make sure that g
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 17 16:33:10 EST 2000 | Michael Parker
20X magnification, using 0.5 mil accuracy, is helpful. I have a MicroVU system for geometric measurements in my Receiving Inspection, which is used to also measure the new stencils to ensure aperture reductions requested are actually provided by the
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 24 18:41:07 EDT 2000 | Darby
Sorry, scale division on that would be 0.05mm not 0.02mm. Magnification x24 or thereabouts. Also great for measuring all sort of things on pcbs, stencils etc to see if they come within spec.