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 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 | Tue Aug 08 11:18:09 EDT 2006 | Chunks
Since we build produt and co not repair, we send our damaged boards to a place that specializes in board repair.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 09 19:14:15 EDT 2006 | Board House
Our Manufacturing policy regarding welds is as follows. 1) Inner layers - depends on Core thickness and line width. Our shop will not do any welding on core thickness less then 5 mils. or line width less then 5 mil. Good AOI practices reduce the a
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 16:48:41 EDT 2000 | LarryK
Has anyone ever used the circuit repair kits? The type where you can replace a PTH or SMT pad that has been lifted or damaged? It appears that you just select a pad, trace or whatever needs replacing from a panel and heat or glue it onto the board.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 24 06:18:59 EDT 2020 | bukas
there is a oven setup wizard, I think you should be able to adjust probe offsets there. are the probes original? maybe they are replaced with inadequate ones? also, contacts on TDMs are weak, give them a good clean if you havent already. if you get "
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 17 19:44:20 EDT 2000 | Dave F
Ashok: Well, your customer probably has a good reason for wanting you to send them boards without holes in the solder mask. What is their goal for the mask capabilities after you get do reworking the boards? * Cosmetic surface coat? * Performance t
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 13 22:30:05 EST 2002 | davef
Methods for performing repairs: * 7721 - Repair & Modification of Printed Boards & Electronic Assemblies. * On-line guides at Circuit Repair Technology [ http://www.circuittechctr.com ] site. Roughly from East to West, service companies that perfor
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 11 06:29:04 EST 2006 | bwet
See before cversus after pics on BGA pad repair here: http://solder.net/services/services_pad-repair.asp The "how to" instructions for traces (and pads) is here: http://solder.net/solderingtips/PadandTrace_Repair_Solder_Tip12.wmv The skill level
Electronics Forum | Tue May 04 14:15:46 EDT 2004 | michasm2
I'm looking for some input on a pay scale for experienced SRT/DRS operators. They do not do any profiling or process work - only remove/site prep/replace type work, along with any 'special' jobs like trace repair, masking repair, etc. They're current