Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 09 17:54:54 EST 2006 | russ
I would trust that you are benchmarking some design rules as well? Yield is directly related to design as well as process capability. anyway 95% is not a bad first pass yield at all, and I would tend to think that that is a little high when dealing
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 13 12:08:50 EST 2008 | cisridn
I define First Pass yield without any repairs. But I only consider a PCB to need repair if it fails test. Our boards are inspected before testing and any work done before testing, I consider to be rework and is part of the SMT process.
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 29 16:27:37 EDT 2009 | bhartman
Does anyone have experience with the smoke release properties of PCB laminates? I need to pass UL 2043 and I know FR4 does not pass. I also need to be ROHS and otherwise UL listed/recognized material. Thanks.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 22 01:47:28 EDT 1999 | Larry Johnson
Recently, we have been having problems with PLCC's passing vision on our IP's If the part is set up to be placed on Head 2, it will not always pass vision. However, if we move it over to Head 1, it will pass and place just fine. Now, I do realize
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 28 00:58:22 EDT 1999 | Will B. Caught
Recently, we have been having problems with PLCC's passing vision on our IP's If the part is set up to be placed on Head 2, it will not always pass vision. However, if we move it over to Head 1, it will pass and place just fine. Now, I do realiz
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 14 03:14:52 EDT 2004 | Adam
Hi Has anyone see a defect,where after one pass over the wave, pins on conectors seem to have a tenancy to have a mimimum solder fillet on the bottom-side of the board. There seems to be no trend, It could range from half a dozen to two dozen from b