Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 13 23:05:02 EST 2017 | swestheimer
I have been asked a very good question but have not been able to find a good answer. IPC for both PCB and PCBA refer to the X & Y dimensions to measure warp and twist but how would you determine the warp and twist for a round PCB or PCBA?
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 30 14:20:55 EST 2009 | scottp
I do a lot of thermal cycle testing of new components for my company and often when I lay out a test board I'm trying to simulate 4 or 6 layer boards but I don't need them for routing so I just use a solid fill of a cross-hatch pattern. I've done it
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 30 10:29:48 EST 2009 | petep
We have a potential new customer who has special PCB requirements. I do not know a lot of details at this point, but have several questions. One of their assemblies has within it , a MID, Solid foil layer, completely isolating one side of the PCB f
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 19 08:00:55 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon
| Hi there, | I'm actually facing a lot of trouble with PCB's presenting up to 3mm of bow /twist at reception i.e. before assembly. The PCB size is 220 by 230mm. The boards are to be assembeled SMD double sides with 05.mm pitch on both sides. In orde
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 28 09:08:03 EST 2003 | davef
Without drilling through the numbers, they're probably correct. Recognize that standard warp / twist specs [IPC-A-610 1.5% for PTH only and 0.75% for SMT] are not going to make it on tech boards. You need to define specific requirements. This warp
Electronics Forum | Mon May 16 12:42:59 EDT 2005 | adrian_nishimoto
We have a customer that has been trying to place the Xilinx part number XCV2000E-6FG1156I which is an 1156 ball plastic BGA. When we do the X-ray and inspection we find that the package is warping up on all four corners of the package, Like so: Top
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