Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 12 14:33:40 EDT 2006 | pjc
IPC spec is V-score shall not be more than 1/2 board thickness. They should be V scoring 1/4 off top and 1/4 off bottom equally.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 12 14:31:08 EDT 2006 | russ
As far as wich is spec'd it makes no diiference since they have reltionship with each other, Cant change one without the other. V score equipment I have seen is one blade and they are run through twice. their may very well be that there are dual b
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 12 17:03:21 EDT 2006 | pjc
Its in the IPC 600 bare-board specification.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 12 13:10:05 EDT 2006 | muse95
Why do they say to specify the depth of the score, rather than the thickness of the web? How does the scoring equipment work? Is it two blades that you can set the separation distance? Or is it one blade, that you have to run the board through twic
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 13 08:33:11 EDT 2006 | davef
IPC-2222, 5.3.1 defines the parameters of making scoring cuts and the tolerance of the cuts, but does not specify the cuts. Our spec for 0.062" thick FR-4 boards is: 0.018-0.024"
Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 30 12:39:13 EDT 2016 | mekmat544
Thank you for your answer, but I am litte bit confusing. There are parameters of V-scoring but with put values. How can I get values for V-scoring for pcb 1,6mm thickenss. Thank you. M.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 12 16:33:39 EDT 2006 | muse95
Which spec is that in? I'm seeing web thicknesses of .015 or thinner being suggested for a .062 board, way thinner than 1/2 the board thickness.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 12 18:44:30 EDT 2006 | muse95
OK, Pete, I just looked all through IPC-A-600G. Saw no mention of scoring anywhere. Please provide specific section number info. Thanks By the way, Chris, thank you for the information - that is really interesting stuff. Would you be willing to a
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 12 17:32:17 EDT 2006 | flipit
Hi, A little off subject but I just finished a quick little experiment where I placed 0201 to 1206 and some ceramic resonators at specific distances off the scored edge. The distances from scored edge ranged from 0.025" on up at 0.025" increments.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 14 10:12:33 EDT 2006 | Board House
Hi all, The majority of score machines used today have a top cutting wheel and bottom cutting wheel. This way they can score a line in one pass and saves on programming time, Panels are typically scored in one direction first and then the panel is r