Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 16:45:30 EDT 2003 | swagner
I agree with the other posting about V-score but don't forget about a Wand punch if the application is high volume, also IPTE manufactures a cutting system that doesn't require any V-score, it just cuts the boards apart with a diamond wheel.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 12 13:10:05 EDT 2006 | muse95
Why do they say to specify the depth of the score, rather than the thickness of the web? How does the scoring equipment work? Is it two blades that you can set the separation distance? Or is it one blade, that you have to run the board through twic
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 14 10:12:33 EDT 2006 | Board House
Hi all, The majority of score machines used today have a top cutting wheel and bottom cutting wheel. This way they can score a line in one pass and saves on programming time, Panels are typically scored in one direction first and then the panel is r
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 23 12:13:38 EST 2002 | barryg
We have some pcb assy's that are panelized and very narrow brds. We feel that some of the smt resistors may be becoming cracked when breaking them apart. Though we are scoring them deeper here and have requested our brd house to score deeper, is ther