Twist and Shout

Ferry, Jeff
August 2002
Circuits Assembly;Aug2002, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p52
Trade Publication
Presents methods of preventing and correcting printed circuit board damage due to warpage. Determine the amount of deflection by using caliper or pin gauges; Removal of components obstructing the bars; Heating of the clamped circuit board.


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