Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 24 09:46:05 EDT 2008 | jdumont
Yea I was thinking of covering instead of removing also. Thanks
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 24 15:36:41 EDT 2008 | realchunks
I'm already dead - that's why I'm in this industry.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 23 13:20:24 EDT 2008 | jdumont
Afternoon all, wondering if anyone can suggest a process for the localized removal of silk screen wording from a PCB. I have tried using a scalpel successfully but that it too time consuming and prone to error if an operator were to do it. Obviously
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 24 07:52:58 EDT 2008 | davef
We assume the silk screen is epoxy. If so,: * Easiest: 'black-box' the undesired area by printing epoxy on top of the undesired area. You could use a stamp-pad easily. * Fairly-easy-but-messy: use a Dremmel-type tool to remove the undesired area. Thi
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 23 13:50:18 EDT 2008 | realchunks
On or off a pad? If on pad just take a soldering iron and some solder to it. Wick off to relevel. If off a pad - why remove? (just curious)
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 24 07:28:26 EDT 2008 | jdumont
Not on a pad, just off the mask. I cant tell you why, then I would have to kill you! :)
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 30 23:50:38 EDT 2014 | beilimanu
Reason is the quality of silk screen oil is bad.
Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 02 22:18:32 EST 2014 | jojoliang
What's the specification of the PCB, usually the silk screen can not change.
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 04 23:15:45 EST 2015 | mac5
You say that there is no green solder mask around the lands of the BGA only silk screen. If that is the case I would be concerned about the solderabilty of the component if the silk screen gets onto the pads. The application of solder mask is much mo
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 11 12:44:37 EDT 1999 | Mike Demos
In a cost-reduction effort, our Design group is attempting to eliminate silk-screen (legend ink) on some new products. By the elimination of this process, there will be a slight decrease in the cost of the bare board. Presently, the silk screen den