Manufacturing with 0201s: The Latest Developments

Butterfield, Andrew; Guilford, Mark; Pieper, Kevin
May 2003
Circuits Assembly;May2003, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p24
Trade Publication
Examines the significance of 0201 component in the advancement of miniatureization process of electronic products. Factors responsible for the slow implementation of the process; Concerns with regard to the capability of placement equipment; Costs associated with 0201 manufacturing; Source of data to improve the level of sophistication of the 0201 process.


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