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  1. We arrange for your engineers to come to China and offer accommodationsincluding meals, and transportation while learning in our facilities.
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  3. We then send our engineers to your home factory
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Our engineers are always here to make sure that your EMS Factory is always performing at top capacity. Here are some of the ways we ensure that you have everything you need to maintain top performing Equipment. We offer video trainings, Skype trainings, troubleshooting via Team Viewer, amongst other channels.

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Ensuring the Best Design for Final PCB Production Stage with Testing!

Ensuring the Best Design for Final PCB Production Stage with Testing! Ensuring the Best Design for Final PCB Production Stage with Testing!

Avoiding Design Mistakes with Testing

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PC Board errors are a drain to EMS productivity. Through analysis and testing PCBs in the pilot stages, a smoother and more educated production set-up can be achieved. By performing automatic impedance measurements and testing of components (chip resistors and capacitors) early on, you can ensure the best design for production.

We recommend applying the best design logics when creating your PCB layout and Test, Test, Test for maximum efficiency and output. According to Circuits Assembly’s December 2016 Magazine, here is the list of 5 Most Common PCB Design Mistakes: “1. The components do not suit the production technology 2. Thermal imbalance 3. Incompatibility between fabrication and assembly technology 4. Component placement at PCB edge 5. Placing fiducials on the PCB’s edge.”

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Acceptability for Electronic Assemblies :Soldering Acceptability Requirements

Acceptability for Electronic Assemblies :Soldering Acceptability Requirements


Target-Class1,2,3
.Solder fillet appears generally smooth and exhibits good wetting of the solder to the parts being joined.
.Outline of the parts is easily determined.
.Solder at the part being joined creates a feathered edge.
.Fillet is concave in shape.



p1s1

See pic for examples of soldering anomalies.

Acceptable-Class1,2,3
.There are materials and processes,e.g.,lead free alloys and slow cooling with large mass PCBs, that may produce dull
matte,gray,or grainy appearing solders that are normal for the material or process involved.These solder connections
are acceptable.
.The solder connection wetting angle (solder to component and solder to PCB termination do not exceed 90°(Figure).
.As an exception,the solder connection to a termination may exhibit a wetting angle exceeding 90°(Figure)when it is 

created by the solder contour extending over the edge of the solder able termination area or solder resist.


p1s2


Figures below illustrate acceptable solder connections with various solder alloys and process conditions.

p2s1 p2s2

SnPb Solder; No Clean Process                                     SnAgCu Solder;No Clean Process

p2s3 p2s4

    SnPb Solder;Water Soluble Flux                                 SnAgCu Solder;Water Soluble Flux

p2s5 p2s6

   SnPb Solder; Water Soluble Flux                                 SnAgCu Solder;Water Soluble Flux

p3s1 p3s2

     SnAgCu Solder;No Clean Process,N2 Reflow                 SnAgCu Solder,No Clean Process;Air Reflow

p3s3 p3s4

      SnPb Solder;No Clean Process                                  SnAgCu Solder;No Clean Process

p3s5 p3s6

     SnPb Solder;No Clean Process                                   SnAgCu Solder;No Clean Process

p4s1 p4s2

                        SnPb Solder                                                      SnAgCu Solder

p4s3 p4s4

                     SnPb Solder                                                           SnAgCu Solder

p4s5 p4s6

         SnPb Solder ; OSP Finish                                                       SnAgCu Solder; OSP Finish

p5s1 p5s2

                     SnAg CuSolder                                                      SnAg CuSolder

p5s3 p5s4

                 SnAgCu  Solder                                                         SnAgCu Solder


       Soldering Anomalies-Exposed Basis Metal

Exposed basis metal on component leads,conductors or land surfaces from nicks,scratches,or other conditions cannot exceed
there quirements of 7.1.2.3 for leads and 10.2.9.1 for conductors and      lands.
Component leads,sides of land patterns,conductors,and use of liquid photo image able solder resist,can have exposed basis
metal per original designs.
Some printed circuit board and conductor finishes have different wetting characteristics and may exhibit solder wetting only to
specific areas. Exposed basis metal or surface finishes should be considered normal under these circumstances,provided the
achieved wetting characteristics of the solder connection areas are acceptable.



Acceptable-Class 1,2,3
.Exposed basis metal on:
.Vertical conductor edges.
.Cut ends of component leads or wires.
.Organic Solderability Preservative (OSP) coated lands.
.Exposed surface finishes that are not part of the required solder fillet  area.

p6s1 p7s1


Acceptable-Class 1

Process Indicator-Class 2,3

.Exposed basis metal on component leads,conductors or land surfaces from nicks or scratches provided conditions

do not exceed the requirements of7.1.2.3 for leads and 10.2.9.1 for conductors and lands.

p7s2


 Soldering Anomalies-Pin Holes/Blow Holes


Acceptable-Class1
ProcessIndicator-Class2,3

.Blowholes (Figures 1,2),pinholes (Figure 3),voids (Figures 4,5),etc.,providing the solder connection meets all other requirements.



p8s1 p8s2                           

                          1                                                                                2                                                                        

p8s3 p8s4

                             3                                                                                 4

 p8s5                     

                                  5

Defect-Class 2,3

Solder connections where pin holes,blowholes,voids,etc.
reduce the connections below minimum requirements(not shown).


Soldering Anomalies-Reflow of Solder Paste

 Defect-Class1,2,3
.Incomplete reflow of solder paste.


p9s1

 p9s2


Soldering Anomalies-Nonwetting

IPC-T-50 defines nonwetting as the inability of molten solder to form a metallic bond with the basis metal.In this Standard,that
includes surface finishes.

Defect-Class 1,2,3
.Solder has not wetted to the land or termination where solder is required.
.Solder coverage does not meet requirements for this termination type.

p10s1

p10s2

p10s3

p10s4

p10s5


Soldering Anomalies-Dewetting

Defect-Class 1,2,3
.Evidence of dewetting that causes the solder connection to not meet the SMT and thru-hole solder fillet requirements.



p11s1

p11s2

p11s3


                          Soldering Anomalies-Excess Solder-Solder Balls/Solder Fines

Solder balls are spheres of solder that remain after the soldering process.Solder fines are typically small balls of the original 

solder paste metal screen size that have splattered around the connection during there flow process.


Target-Class 1,2, 3
.No evidence of solder balls on the printed wiring assembly.

p12s1

Acceptable-Class 1,2,3
.Solder balls are entrapped/encapsulated and do not violate minimum electrical clearance.
 Note:Entrapped/encapsulated/attached is intended to mean that normal service environment of the product will not cause a solder ball to become dislodged.

p12s2


Defect- Class 1,2,3
.Solder balls violate minimum electrical clearance.
.Solder balls are not entrapped in no-clean residue or encapsulated with conformal coating,

or not attached(soldered)to a metal surface.

p13s1

p13s2

p13s3

p13s4


Soldering Anomalies-Excess Solder-Bridging


Defect-Class 1,2,3
.A solder connection across conductors that should not be joined.
.Solder has bridged to adjacent noncommon conductoror component.

p14s1

p14s2

p14s3

p14s4


Soldering Anomalies-Excess Solder-Solder Webbing/Splashes

Defect-Class 1,2,3
.Solder splashes/webbing.


p15s1

p15s2


Soldering Anomalies-Disturbed Solder

Surface appearance with cooling lines as shown in Acceptable pic is more likely to occur in lead free alloys and is not a disturbed solder condition.

p16s1


Defect-Class 1,2,3
Characterized by stress lines from movement in the connection (SnPb alloy).

p16s2

p16s3

p16s4

p16s5


Soldering Anomalies-Fractured Solder


Defect-Class 1,2,3
Fractured or cracked solder.


p17s1

p17s2


Soldering Anomalies-Solder Projections

Defect-Class 1,2,3
.Solder projection,figure 1,violates assembly maximum
height requirements or lead protrusion requirements.
.Projection,figure 2,violates minimum electrical clearance(1).


p18s1 p18s2

                       1                                                              2


p18s3


Soldering Anomalies-Lead Free Fillet Lift

Acceptable-Class 1,2.3
.Fillet lifting-separation of the bottom of the solder and the
top of the land(primary side of plated-through hold connection).

Process Indicator-Class 2
Defect-Class3

.Fillet lifting-separation of the bottom of the solder and the top of the land(secondary side of plated-through hold connection)(not shown).
Defect-Class 1,2,3
.Fillet lifting damages the land attachment.

p19s1


Soldering Anomalies-Hot Tear/Shrink Hole

Acceptable-Class1,2,3
.For connections made with lead free alloys:
.The bottom of the tear is visible.
.The tear or shrink hole does not contact the lead,land or
barrel wall.


Defect-Class 1,2,3
.Shrink holes or hot tear in connections made with SnPb  
solder alloys:

.For connections made with lead free alloys:
.The bottom of the shrink hole or hot tear is not visible.
.The tear or shrink hole contacts the lead or land.

p20s1

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Acceptability for Electronic Assemblies-connector pins

Acceptability for Electronic Assemblies : connector pins

Target-Class1,2,

.Pins are straight,not twisted and properly seated.

.No discernible damage         

      P1P1

      1.No discernible damage

      2.Land

      3.No discernible twist


       Acceptable-Class1,2,3

       .Pins are slightly bent off center by 50% pin thickness or less.
       .Pin height varies within tolerance.
       Note:
       Nominal height tolerance is per pin connector or master drawing specification.The connector pins and mating connector must havea good electrical contact. 

p1p2

1.Pin height tolerance
2.Less than 50% pin thickness


Acceptable-Class1,2
.Less than or equal to 75% of the width(W) of the annular ring is lifted.
.Damaged nonfunctional lands for single and double-sided boards are acceptable if firmly attached to board in unlifted areas.

 

P2P1

1.Land lifted 75% of annular ring or less
2.Land with conductor
3.Land not fractured
4.Land lifted,fractured but firmly attached land with out conductor (nonfunctional)

 

 

Defect-Class1,2
Any functional annular ring which is lifted more than 75% of the width(W).

Defect-Class3
Any lifted or fractured annular rings with press fit pins.

 p2p2

1.Land fractured
2.Functional land lifted greater than 75% of annular ring
3.Landlifted


Defect-Class1,2,3
Pin is bent out of alignment.(Pin is bent off center greater than 50% pin thickness.

 

p3p1

 


Defect-Class1,2,3
Pin visibly twisted.

 

p3p2


Defect-Class1,2,3
Pin height is out of tolerance as to specification.

p4p1


Defect-Class1,2,3
Damaged pin as a result of handling or insertion.
Mushroomed
Bent

 p4p2


Defect-Class1,2,3
Damaged pin (exposed basis metal).

Defect-Class2,3
Burr

 p4p3

1.Burr
2.Plating missing


                                                                                    Press Fit Pins-Soldering

The term “press fit pins” is generic in nature and many types of pressure inserted pins,e.g. connector,staked,etc.,are not intended to be soldered,if soldering is required the following criteria is applicable

 

 

Target-Class1,2,3
.A 360 solder fillet is evident on the secondary side of the assembly.
.Note:Solder fillet or fill on primary side is not required.

 p5p1

 

p5p2

1.Bottom view
2.Side view
3.Land
4.Top view
5.PCB

 

Acceptable-Class1,2
Solder fillet or cover age (secondaryside) is present on two adjacent sides of the pin.

 

p5p3

1.Bottom view
2.Side view
3.Land
4.Top view
5.PCB


 Acceptable-Class1
Solder wicking is permitted above 2.5mm\[0.0984in] on sides of pins provided there is no solder build up which interferes with subsequent attachments to the pin.

 

Acceptable-Class2,3
Solder wicking on sides of pins is less than 2.5mm\[0.0984in], provided the solder does not interfere with subsequent attachments to the pin.

 p6p1

 


Defect-Class1,2
Solder fillet or coverage is evident on less than two adjacent
sides of the pin on the secondary side.

Defect-Class3
Solder fillet is evident on less than four sides of the pin on
the secondary side.

Defect-Class1,2,3
Solder build up interferes with subsequent attachments to the pin.

Defect-Class2,3
Solder wicking exceeds 2.5mm\[0.0984in].

 p6p2

1.Bottom view
2.Side view
3.Land
4.Top view
5.PCB


Backplanes

Acceptable-Class1,2,3
.Chip on nonmating surface of separable connector pin
.Burnish on mating surface of separable connector pin,providing that plating has not been removed.
.Chip that encroaches the mating surface of separable connector pin which will not be in the mating connector contact
wear path.

 

 

 

p7p1

A.Sheared/nonmating surface of connector pin
B.Coined/mating surface of connector pin

 

Defect-Class1,2,3
Chipped pin on mating surface of separable connector
Scratched pin that exposes nonprecious plating or base metal.
Missing plated on required areas.
Burr on pin
Cracked PCB substrate.
Pushed out barrel as indicated by copper protruding from bottom side of PCB.

 

p7p3