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breakaway tabs

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 31 12:42:07 EST 2003 | russ

Has anyone ever depaneled a PCB that is .135" thick using mousebytes? If so, what would be the right drill pattern to use? Thanks in advance Russ

breakaway tabs

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 31 13:37:22 EST 2003 | MA/NY DDave

Hi Hopefully someone else will add more. The IPC has some patterns on this topic so you might wish to check their literature. Scoring is another technique. You are pretty thick at .135 so you want to make the drill hits as close as possible, and y

breakaway tabs

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 01 16:11:24 EST 2003 | Paul Smith

I would suggest scoring if the profile allows, leaving residual material of circa 40 - 50 mil - That is what I do on a 125mil thick PCB width of the pis is approx 200 mil Mouse bites on a board as thick as 135 mil will mean its extremly difficult to

Recycling PCB breakaway tabs

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 23 13:43:29 EDT 2013 | dyoungquist

PCB breakaway tabs, such as the borders around panels, often do not have any metal on them. These would have no recycle value. Our local metals recycling company has now started to recycle PCBs, loaded or unloaded. They only pay $0.08 (USD) per po

Recycling PCB breakaway tabs

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 23 10:43:53 EDT 2013 | ccross

Can anyone point me to a company that can recycle the breakaway material from our PCBs? Thanks

Computing Route and Retain tabs

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 29 23:08:06 EDT 2010 | laen

What software are people using to compute route and retain tabs on panels? I produce some complicated (150 board, 80+ different design) panels, and I haven't found a good way to programmatically compute where to place the tabs. Thanks.

Gold plated Edge connector tabs

Electronics Forum | Tue May 29 16:02:36 EDT 2001 | genny

500 insertions � 50 m gold => 300 insertions � 30 m gold => 50 to 75 insertions � 20 m gold => 10 insertions. " Dave stated that the 'm' referred to micro-inches. I could probably insert this board 1000's of times without a problem. Am I missing so

Stainless Steel tabs in brd assemblies

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 03 14:05:11 EST 2008 | fsw

Patrick, thnx for your info. The tabs will be soldered on a PCB pad just like an SMT component. Will let all know once I have some more info.

Stainless Steel tabs in brd assemblies

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 07 13:11:56 EST 2008 | chef

might try solder-less through hole connector technology for your SS tabs- the pins are barbed and it is pressed into place.

Stainless Steel tabs in brd assemblies

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 07 11:58:06 EST 2008 | russ

they make tin plated steel batt contacts. may be your best option

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