Making Selective Soldering Work For You

Diepstraten, Gerjan
September 2002
Circuits Assembly;Sep2002, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p38
Trade Publication
Focuses on the advantage of implementing a selective soldering process in a manufacturing facility. Way of increasing product reliability; Improvement of the automation process of various products; Assessment on the vulnerability of the components.


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