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design work area for visual inspection

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 02 10:14:27 EDT 2005 | zartacross

hi! i am concern with the position of the workers in terms of visual inspection,since they deal with very small and intricate parts in pcbs. I would just like to ask which is better to have, the standing or sitting positions for them? specially that

design work area for visual inspection

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 02 12:44:13 EDT 2005 | russ

Your inspection people will tell you what they need. We have some that prefer to stand while others sit. It has to do with chair / table / operator heights. e.g. tall table with a short operator they will want/need to stand and vice versa. Usuall

Touch-up and inspection of visual defects

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 27 11:43:32 EDT 2005 | patrickbruneel

Hi Daan, What we did in the time was pareto analyses on all board designs to determine the critical areas (mainly design errors) and only inspect those specific problem areas. Every batch had a copy of the PC board with problem areas marked and only

Touch-up and inspection of visual defects

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 25 11:24:31 EDT 2005 | Daan Terstegge

I have a question about inspection, touch-up, and how far you need to go to get a product that meets the required IPC-spec. According to some reports (i.e. "New Study Reveals Component Defect Levels" by Stig Oresjo of Agilent) the average defect leve

Blacklight for coating inspection

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 16 11:28:20 EDT 2011 | dwanzek

I am looking for input on good blacklight to inspect silicon coating coverage on PCB's. This inspection is visual. Any advice or recommendations on lamps or bulbs?

Re: inspection methods

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 12 10:23:18 EDT 1999 | Dean

How are you inspecting pcbs post-reflow, are you inspecting all or sampling. The type of assembly involved would be mainly chip components with a mix of actives and a few 25mil and under pitch. If you sample what are your fault rates looking lik

AOI for solder inspection

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 19 14:38:49 EST 2009 | doremi

Oh, my dear, printer is just a part of the full picture. Without good and stable pick and place what if the printer is excellent???It is all important - printer, solder paste,stencil,P&P,oven,AOI and of course good process engineers or whatsoever are

BGA inspection scope - Visual

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 11 11:33:07 EDT 2003 | tt

We have been looking around at all of the various BGA visual inspection systems, (i.e. ERSAscopes like contraptions). It seems like the number of different manufacturer's of these types of systems has exploded in the past couple of years, and it lo

BGA inspection microscope

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 02 18:37:46 EST 2005 | Ola

What is the quality worth to You? How much is "to much" for You to spend on a good quality ckeck? How much benefit can You get in return, If You in the first place get the processes straight? These are the main questions that You have to answer Yours

Re: BGA Xray inspection

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 27 21:20:38 EDT 2000 | Dean

Here are some pointers to use during your X-ray inspection. Microcracking is virtually impossible to determine with X-ray. However, I suspect you are looking for "hard" opens. Those are much easier to find visually. If using a paste-and-place pro

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