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15.7 mil QFP

Electronics Forum | Thu May 29 16:14:34 EDT 2003 | steves

What is the general feeling in the industry on the use of 15.7 mil QFP's? Are most people shying away from them in favor of BGA or do most people consider 15.7 mil to be "standard" technology these days? What special considerations are involved? Ste

20 mil qfp bridging

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 12 18:43:49 EDT 1999 | Wayne S.

Hello Having a problem with bridging on 20mil pitch qfp, only on the lead groups where squeegee goes over width of apertures. Using MPM sp-200 semi-auto, chem-etch stencil, 9-10mil width opening 100 durometer blade. Getting "tails" on deposits. Trie

20 mil pitch applications

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 08 16:31:05 EST 1999 | Jason Tomlinson

Our company is beginning to delve into some 20 mil applications and I'm curious to hear what kind of success others have had placing these components. What kind of fall out rates we might expect or any specific difficulties encountered and what acti

15.7 mil QFP

Electronics Forum | Fri May 30 20:54:53 EDT 2003 | jonfox

Conversion refresher: 1 inch = 25.4 mm 1 inch = 25,400 microns 10 microns = 0.3937 mils 10 microns = 0.010 mm so 0.4mm = 400 microns and for s/n/g: 1mm = 3.240783e-20 parsecs (pc) Have some fun with that one!

15.7 mil QFP

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 04 05:13:09 EDT 2003 | emeto

Hi Pete I agree with all that. But his question was "Are most people shying away from them in favor of BGA or do most people consider 15.7 mil to be "standard" technology these days?" So, the truth is people use both.QFP has advantages and disadvanta

15.7 mil QFP

Electronics Forum | Thu May 29 16:29:09 EDT 2003 | swagner

I do not recommend using a HASL finish, you will have a very tough time printing repeatably.

15.7 mil QFP

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 02 04:17:39 EDT 2003 | emeto

Hi Steve, Why are you so concerned about QFP(0.4) or BGA? If your equipment can manage, what's the difference? If you are designer do it better and use the cheaper or smaller package(you decide). If not use machine with vision recognition and your pr

15.7 mil QFP

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 02 09:38:12 EDT 2003 | pjc

yo Evt, ".., what's the difference?". Answer: Huuuge!! between running 0.4mm pitch QFP and a BGA of same I/O, in terms of handling, storage, feeding (trays), p&p, inspection, test, rework, etc.......

15.7 mil QFP

Electronics Forum | Fri May 30 18:57:44 EDT 2003 | russ

We place a large amount of .4mm (what is that in microns?)QFPs every day. I would much prefer a BGA package. Reasons are 1. Pitch is greater which provides a larger process window 2. Alignment is easier because you don't need vision for BGA if you

15.7 mil QFP

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 06:29:43 EDT 2003 | mk

Orrrrrr, you could eliminate the printing, shorting, and special surface finishes by bringing the boards in with the paste already on them. There is a process that is a much more forgiving method for applying paste called solid solder deposit. Check

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