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Immersion Silver Issues

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 08:32:07 EDT 2017 | abruno1995

So i am a quality inspector and i am having issues with the immersion silver PCB. I have found the via holes to be somewhat filled and i wanted to know if anyone knew it this is a CLASS 1, 2, 3, ICP DEFECT or what it is at all?

IC Solder Voiding

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 21 08:20:32 EST 2019 | scotceltic

Ok, Question for all of you quality inspectors out there. Would you consider the IC image here to have excessive voiding given the amount of vias ? I only see an IPC voiding spec on BGA balls but nothing for IC's. I'd appreciate all your thoughts

Handskin reaction!!----Please read!

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 06 05:55:27 EDT 2005 | blueflag

At a previous company i worked at we had a quality inspector who had similar problems and it turned out that they were allergic to the nickel in the gold finish maybe it could be something similar but as the others have said, a dermatologist is the p

Re: Barcoding Component Reels

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 17 13:26:53 EDT 2000 | John

Thanks for the responses. Actually we already use a reel change log with two verifications, a first off checklist with two verificaitons, and a first off inspection with two verifications. Unfortunately, the part numbers were pretty close, and the

Verifying requested copper weight

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 24 09:19:51 EDT 2018 | vetteboy86

Is there a preferred method among printed circuit board assembly for accurately and quickly verifying the copper weight of a printed circuit board? I would like a tool and process that our quality inspector could quickly use to verify upon receipt of

Production Line Setup

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 19 12:42:45 EDT 2002 | nuezmaster

The problem that my exec. had was that he did not want to add too many people to the department because there is no telling how long the demand will stay high. Therefore, I decided just to add a PCB inspector between the Pick and Place machines and

AOI price

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 11 11:58:55 EST 2005 | pjc

About $60K for a good bench-top unit and $120K for a good in-line. AOI is justified if you are spending a lot of time ($$) visually inspecting your boards. AOI machine is faster and more reliable than a human for this task. Plus, visual inspectors d

Who should operate an AOI? operator or Inspector?

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 18 13:09:04 EST 2005 | jbrower

We are looking into purchasing an AOI sysstem and will have the operators run the system. With the right training our staff will do a great job and it will make their job easier. Currently we are relying on the Mark II eyeball. As for inspectors w

Production Line Setup

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 19 14:44:11 EDT 2002 | kenbliss

It sounds like your inspector improved quality and pre-staging your feeders dramaticaly increased uptime on your machine, thats great to hear. One cautiionary note, be careful not to flood your production area with parts off of your SMT line. With

Who should operate an AOI? operator or Inspector?

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 17 11:34:17 EST 2005 | russ

Are not the operators responsible for the quality of the product? Q.C. should not be responsible for assembling quality product they are there to ensure that the quality has been met. "Fire them"

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