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  • PCB Repair Station Built on Highly Accurate Gantry Reduces Scrapped Boards
    Company (EPC), has developed a new system that considerably reduces the size of the proverbial 'scrap heap.' EPC's particular application involves the repairing of 'failed' printed circuit boards (PCBs); usually because the technician is unable. Techno Linear Motion Systems - Circuit Board Inspection
  • X-rays spot circuit-board flaws
    connections underneath. But lower power is needed to view the printed-circuit-board traces and lead carriers. 3D laminography, also called scanned-beam laminography, uses a steered X-ray source and a moving detector to create artifacts in the background of a 256-shade grayscale image. The area
  • Custom Six-Position Peel-A-Way (R) Terminal Carriers Reduce Board Assembly Time and Costs (.pdf)
    In a military electronics application for a gyroscopically controlled course correction system, the manufacturer's printed circuit board design required a three-branch flex circuit with six pins at the end of each termination. The design called for a socket terminal to be soldered to the board
  • BBG Tech Tip #8: Test Coupons (.pdf)
    , the quality of the finish printed circuit board. The word. “hopefully” is used because the testing of the coupon is at best to be. representative of the finished product. The customer will use the coupon as an incoming inspection tool and would. help in determining failure analysis if a failure occurred
  • Guidelines for Surface-Mount Power Modules Using Column Pins with Solder Balls (.pdf)
    This application note is intended to provide the user with the best information to date regarding the PCB (printed-circuit-board) mounting and assembly process of TEPS surface-mountable power modules that use Column Pins with Solder Balls. H:\My Documents\SMT\AN_CPSB_v01_final.prn.pdf
  • BBG Tech Tip #10: Via Protection - Tenting Vs. Plugging
    via or "feed-thru" hole connects the top circuitry of a printed circuit board to the bottom circuitry or any layer(s) in between. A via can be used as a test point when exposed or when a clearance or opening is given in the soldermask artwork. A via is usually the smallest hole of the board
  • Medical Device Link .
    The ever-increasing density and complexity of electronic assemblies has proven to be a mixed blessing for the medical electronics world. While printed circuit boards (PCBs) can now handle an unparalleled amount of duties, companies must also contend with increasingly difficult-to-spot faults
  • Via Protection - Tenting vs. Plugging (.pdf)
    A via or "feed-thru" hole connects the top circuitry of the printed circuit board to the bottom circuitry or any layer(s) in between. A via can be used as a test point when exposed or when a clearance or opening is given in the soldermask artwork. The via is usually the smallest hole of the board