## Electronics Forum: mil- (Page 1 of 200)

### 1 mil = ?? inches

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 16 16:04:58 EDT 1999 | Mini Mike

I am not familiar with the "mil" metric. How many inches is in 1 mil? ...or 10 mil?

### Re: 1 mil = ?? inches

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 16 16:16:16 EDT 1999 | Power Circuits, Inc.

| I am not familiar with the "mil" metric. How many inches is in 1 mil? | | ...or 10 mil? | | 1 mil= .001 inches 10 mil= .010 inches Also, it has nothing to do with metric.

### Re: 8 mil placement, part Deaux!!

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 11 16:52:00 EDT 1998 | Dave F

0.050" -> 50 mil -> 50 pitch 0.80 mm -> 0.032" -> 32 mil -> 32 pitch 0.64 mm -> 0.025" -> 25 mil -> 25 pitch 0.50 mm -> 0.020" -> 20 mil -> 20 pitch 0.40 mm -> 0.016" -> 16 mil -> 16 pitch 0.20 mm -> 0.012" -> 12 mil -> 12 pitch Dave F

### CCGA and overprinting?

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 15 12:42:36 EDT 2001 | davef

I hate getting "roped" into math stuff, but here I go again ... Area of aperture = volume of paste / stencil thickness = {[5000 mil^3] / 5 mil} = 1000 mil^2 Side of the square aperture = Sqrt of the area = [1000 mil^2]^1/2 = 32 mil Diameter of ape

### Number of times reworking

Electronics Forum | Wed May 28 08:25:08 EDT 2003 | davef

That's what we do [no more than three reworks or mods]. Your "four reworks permissable" was probably based on the 55110 five thermal cycles, counting wave soldering as the first cycle. How do you plan to keep track of each of those rework actions?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 13 19:47:06 EDT 2005 | Darby

This works for me with ENIG finish and a SAC305 NC paste Reduce all pads by -2mil on all sides ie 0.050" x 0.050" becomes 0.046" x 0.046" EXCEPT Anything smaller than 30mil; -1.5mil Anything smaller than 20mil; -1mil Anything smaller than 15mil;

### Re: 1 mil = ?? inches

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 16 16:16:47 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

| I am not familiar with the "mil" metric. How many inches is in 1 mil? | | ...or 10 mil? | | each mil = .001" Earl Moon

### Pb Free Voids

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 14 15:43:33 EST 2007 | CK the Flip

5/3 mil as in... 5 mils stepped down to 3 mils?

### Re: Re:What are differences in Mil-P-50884C Vs Mil-PRF-31032/3

Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 23 09:50:40 EDT 2000 | Dave F

KC, Try: Mil-P-50884C - http://astimage.daps.dla.mil/quicksearch/basic_profile.cfm?ident_number=27738 Mil-PRF-31032/3 - http://astimage.daps.dla.mil/quicksearch/basic_profile.cfm?ident_number=201451

### mil to mm conversion chart

Electronics Forum | Tue May 25 12:59:37 EDT 2004 | gregp

Mils to MM is actaully English to metric. 1 mil is equal to 1 thousandth of an inch (0.001")or 0.0254mm so... 12mil pitch qfp is 0.012" or 0.3mm 15mil pitch qfp is 0.015" or 0.4mm 20mil pitch qfp is 0.020" or 0.5mm (Numbers are rounded)

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