Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 08 06:13:44 EDT 2006 | spari77
hi, can anyone share experience on PCB open trace repair? we have some data that indicates that this repair is high risk and really very dependant on repairer skills. It may also cause reliability issue for trace repair. please advice.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 15 13:25:50 EDT 2001 | seand
Hello Jean, You may want to try QWIK-Trace out of Scottsdale, AZ. They can perform etch cuts as well. I am a local representative for Qwik Trace and would be happy to discuss your application. If you have any questions, you can reach me at 480-82
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 09 09:59:23 EDT 2006 | russ
Trace repair is dependent upon the operator. A highly skilled operator can repair a trace with no adverse effects on assembly. IPC has a manual on reapir methods and there associated risk relating to reliabilty. I wil try and find number when time
Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 08 15:07:42 EDT 2013 | davef
PCB designers specify the application of solder mask [eg, varnish, solder stop mask, solder resist, etc] to fabricators to reduce the potential of bridging between two conductive traces during assembly soldering processes [eg, wave, reflow and hand s