Printed Circuit Boards: Design, Fabrication, and Assembly
McGraw Hill Professional, 2005 M09 7 - 704 pages
The printed circuit is the basic building block of the electronics hardware industry. This is a comprehensive single volume self-teaching guide to the art of printed circuit board design and fabrication -- covering the complete cycle of PCB creation, design, layout, fabrication, assembly, and testing.
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From the above, it may be concluded that a solder joint is rejected if the solder
covers < 75 % of the edges of the SMD terminals resting on the pad for Class 3
and for Classes 1 and 2, it should be < 50 %. However, these rules for
18.104.22.168 Minimum Side Joint Length The entire fillet for soldering should be
properly wetted along the full length of the lead. The joint is not at acceptable, if
the side joint lengthD is less than the lead width. The lead width is measured
from the ...
22.214.171.124 Wicking In the wicking process, a heated wick, well-saturated with rosin
, is placed on top of the joint to be de-soldered. The solder will flow rapidly into
the rosin area due to capillary action leaving the joint to which it was previously ...
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1 Basics of Printed Circuit Boards
2 Electronic Components
3 Layout Planning and Design
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