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Jul 4, 2019 | Today we will talk some other problems you may meet in the wedge bonding work. If you have any other
Dec 22, 2017 | For me it looks like a sales issue. Having more operators would probably not help them meet their
Jul 6, 2017 | Electronic devices required higher speed, I/O capability, and density to meet standard requirements.
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May 20, 2013 | Hi I meet problem by PCB with diameter 300cm and thick 6mm i used tin-lead with profile normal, so
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Nov 15, 2011 | Can anyone tell me if the Metcal SP200 solder station meets the J-STD-001 Rev E requirement of holdi
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Dec 13, 2007 | Yes, calling meetings seems to be the way to tackle tuff problems without ever doing anything about
Dec 12, 2007 | call meeting about this
Nov 1, 2007 |
Jul 18, 2007 | This seems like an odd request from an auditor. I can see an auditor requiring proof that you meet
Apr 30, 2007 |
Apr 13, 2007 | Your paste should meet the mid-point of outside lead bend. If you cannot meet that, IPC-A-610D, 8.2.
Apr 12, 2007 | We'd say yes, if it meets both 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52
Apr 12, 2007 | If the solder joint meeting 184.108.40.206, minimum side joint length(D) and also meeting 220.127.116.11, minimum
Mar 29, 2007 |
Mar 6, 2007 | Anyone using Invar Stencils? Do they meet the same level of paste release as electroformed? Pr
Feb 12, 2007 | Does this meet the SMQ230 recommended time above liquidous? Do you have any parts that cannot withs
Nov 24, 2006 | Julie: What is the benefit of your SQE requiring that your CE meet your first pass yield targets?
Nov 7, 2006 |
Oct 30, 2006 | Robotic Process Systems has just introduced the Rhythm Selective Solder System, that should meet you
Sep 22, 2006 | Hi, Roland Girouard replied above and mentioned they were already meeting to talk about some poss
Aug 1, 2006 | Check to make sure the platen and the camera are meeting the sensors that tell the machine they are
Jun 22, 2006 | It's a free forum. Consider: * Paying attention to things that make sense to you and meet your need
Jun 9, 2006 |
May 31, 2006 | Hi All, What does one do if he meets the criteria above? Is there an exemption ? aj...
May 16, 2006 | Steve just mentioned the 782 for ammo to customer, we usually get "it doesn't meet IPC" so we then s
May 16, 2006 | If the terms are connected electrically it does meet IPC bridging between "non common conductors"
Feb 20, 2006 |
Dec 23, 2005 | well put.....and if i could meet you.....i would shake your hand ....but.....my hands were cut off.
Nov 21, 2005 |
Oct 27, 2005 | Thanks Rob, Our tape does meet the Kemet spec but I am actually wondering if there is an EIA spec or
Oct 27, 2005 | Nearly all of our assemblies have to meet class 3 requirements and we regularly use 5 and 6 mil sten
Oct 17, 2005 |
Oct 11, 2005 | Yes, let the nightmare begin. Most electrolytic caps will not meet the 260 minimum and many will
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Aug 15, 2005 | Hi, Can anyone recommend a US based fast turn board shop that is very good, and can meet fast tur
Apr 8, 2005 | Does the product that you assemble meet your customers' requirements?
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Jan 4, 2005 | 1. Yes, you are probably doing it now on a daily basis. 2. No, not if you want to meet the requir
Dec 10, 2004 | Hallo I am going to prepare our SMT and THT production to meet ESD protection. Could you ple
Nov 3, 2004 | Dennis: The IPC-A-610 requirements are seperate. * You need to meet all acceptance requirements,