Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 16:45:30 EDT 2003 | swagner
I agree with the other posting about V-score but don't forget about a Wand punch if the application is high volume, also IPTE manufactures a cutting system that doesn't require any V-score, it just cuts the boards apart with a diamond wheel.
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 26 16:47:17 EDT 2005 | jdengler
I have never heard of heating the board for separation. You may want to try some of the following. -Using a roller cutting type depaneler helps reduce the stress. -Using a combination of routing in areas with components near the edge and v-score th
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 10:28:09 EDT 2014 | swag
Incoming inspection: Look for flaws and measure position of v-score as well as depth. If v-scored on both sides of panel, make sure v-scores are in alignment. Follow the PCB thru all processes inspecting after each stage of processing, especially
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 08 17:12:10 EST 2005 | Erik
I haven't heard of heating boards pre-depanel either. We have done extensive studies on cracking of ceramic caps close to V-scored edges and have decided to have our board vendors pre-rout any areas with caps close (