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Contract Manufacturer's warranty policy

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 19 11:44:22 EST 2001 | sac

My company is a small to mid size contract manufacturer, and relatively new to the business. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what a typical warranty policy is for PCB assemblies. In an effort to get needed sales, I am afraid our sales departm

Contract Manufacturer's warranty policy

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 21 07:50:37 EST 2001 | sac

Our standard warranty states material and workmanship. The problem is the cost involved in determining cause of failure(these are smt boards containing approx 400 placements). Since most of these products are tested before they leave our facility, an

AOI systems

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 05 09:18:06 EDT 2001 | sac

My company is also researching AOI systems and X-ray inspection equipment. Almost all of our assemblies are mixed technology, and contain considerable hand load. Is anyone out there using AOI post solderwave?

Mixed SAC105 and SAC305

Electronics Forum | Thu May 29 13:12:10 EDT 2008 | yam6rider

Just like to know what you guys thoughts regarding mixed alloys. Production run SAC305 and some components are SAC105. So, which profile should you follow. SAC105? or SAC305.

Mixed SAC105 and SAC305

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 06 03:28:52 EDT 2008 | reypal

I've got the same scenario. and I followed SAC105.

SAC305 Solder Balling

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 15 15:44:50 EDT 2006 | McGill

Ball SAC is hard to overcome. Try RSS profile

SAC305 Solder Balling

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 15 15:44:51 EDT 2006 | McGill

Ball SAC is hard to overcome. Try RSS profile

SAC 305 Reflow & SN100C Wave and Selective

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 15 10:48:34 EST 2007 | ck_the_flip

Is there anybody out there doing this scenario: SAC 305 Reflow & SN100C Wave and Selective Can the 2 alloys be mixed on 1 board, say, SAC 305 for SMT, and SN100C for thru-hole? Are 2 different rework chemistries needed, or can one use SN100c wire

SAC105 vs. SAC305

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 18 12:11:45 EDT 2008 | jwentz

Does anyone have experience with using Pb-free SAC105? We are looking at the pro's/con's compared to a SAC305 process for a SMT operation. I have read it has a higher melting temperature. Specifically, we are concerned about a product we are developi

SAC105 vs. SAC305

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 25 16:30:44 EDT 2008 | aj

Hi, I would be interested to hear the outcome of your trials! Although, if mechanical stress is of concern, I would look at what is causing the stress and tackle that. I would suspect that any stress great enough to fracture sAC305 joint would do t

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