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Press-Fit Workmanship standard

Electronics Forum | Wed May 16 14:09:22 EDT 2001 | davef

First thing I'd use is IPC-A-610C, �4.8.2 Connector Pins - Press-Fit Pins. Does it work in your case?

Press-Fit Workmanship standard

Electronics Forum | Mon May 21 03:20:16 EDT 2001 | Abbas Izad

you can use IPC and Compact PCI standards for guideline then it depends on what kind of connector you want to pressfit. each supplier has its own design on pressfit pins like "needle eye", "baby H" etc... It is also importand to use proper equipement

Plugging of via through holes

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 23 08:18:29 EDT 2008 | davef

Q1. Is this a standard process for plugging? A1. Not as such. We checked both IPC-6012 and IPC-SM-840. Neither comments on plugging. So, your fabrication notes rule the day. Q2. Is this okay for such thick PCB's or is it mandatory to use a special pl

Press Fit Connector pin protrusion in Backplane

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 02 21:31:38 EST 2007 | bill_gates

Hi, I am considering to use pressfit D-Sub and DIN connectors on a backplane. The IPC guideline does just cover pin protrusion for soldered pins, which have to be flush with the board as a minimum acceptable design. Yet, if the backplane may be thic

Conformal coating to avoid oil leak from circuit board

Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 10 15:36:06 EST 2013 | davef

Assuming your conformal coating material was selected with the intent of living a life in contact with oil, why doesn't your coating meet the IPC-A-610D requirement of that there be no voiding, no breaks in the surface, no loss of adhesion, etc? Furt

Paste in hole (sate of the art)

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 21 11:59:56 EST 2006 | dannyleach

We design a broad range of DC/DC power supplies for various telecom, internet, and computor applications and have been succesfully using intrusive reflow for ~7 years now. Our pcbs range from 0.065 to 0.090 in thickness and are moslty dense 4 to 8 la

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