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Clearance between Through hole and chip component

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 27 11:03:09 EST 2007 | Marcin

Hi All, Anybody knows what is the minimum clearance between through hole component and chip component? Problem description: On bottom side of my pcb are only 0603 chip components mounted on glue. One of the component is located very close to hole

Clearance between Through hole and chip component

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 28 21:42:56 EST 2007 | davef

Very smart, Chunks.

Re: Bottom side smt and thru hole

Electronics Forum | Wed May 27 10:19:43 EDT 1998 | Jerry

We have no problems but orientation does matter. Orient with longest side of component body perpendicuar to wave. In other words the same preference as with through hole DIPS. Idea is the same as for through hole, that the surface tension will ten

Re: Bottom side smt and thru hole

Electronics Forum | Sun Jun 07 09:43:11 EDT 1998 | Bob Willis

There are some guidlines on design and through hole reflow on my web site to download. Also on pin in hole reflow the SMTA Office has a document on using the tecnology. R&D is currently designing a board with smt components on both sides of the bo

Clearance between Through hole and chip component

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 28 00:01:47 EST 2007 | Muhammad Haris

Hi, The distance between the two terminations/endings/pads of 0603 (0201)is 0.15mm i.e. lesser than than the distance between the 0603 and through hole i.e. 0.5mm My ques is that, then why its termination doesnot short as it has a minimum distance.A

Bottom side smt and thru hole

Electronics Forum | Tue May 26 22:13:15 EDT 1998 | Pat Copeland

R&D is currently designing a board with smt components on both sides of the board. They are adding a 16 pin IC Gull wing. on the bottom side of the board. I have asked for only caps and resistors to be placed on the bottom side. Is there a recommende

Clearance between Through hole and chip component

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 28 11:43:20 EST 2007 | realchunks

Marcin, Think outside the box. If you are glueing the SMT part down, why not have an aperture cut in your stencil (or recut a stencil) between the SMT part and thru-hole. Wave solder hates SMT glue. This will get rid of your solder short problem

Re: Bottom side smt and thru hole

Electronics Forum | Wed May 27 14:35:52 EDT 1998 | Justin Medernach

R&D is currently designing a board with smt components on both sides of the board. They are adding a 16 pin IC Gull wing. on the bottom side of the board. I have asked for only caps and resistors to be placed on the bottom side. Is there a recomm

Re: Bottom side smt and thru hole

Electronics Forum | Wed May 27 13:42:08 EDT 1998 | Chrys

R&D is currently designing a board with smt components on both sides of the board. They are adding a 16 pin IC Gull wing. on the bottom side of the board. I have asked for only caps and resistors to be placed on the bottom side. Is there a recommen

Clearance between Through hole and chip component

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 27 20:53:10 EST 2007 | davef

We'll guarantee the two pads are too close together. The proper spacing depends on the orientation of the parts to the wave. * Do the pads hit the wave at the same time? * Does one pad hit the wave before the other? If so, which? * How does the 06

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