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Quality of FGBA's: What to look for

  1. Mar 11, 2010 #1
    Hello All

    I was wondering if anyone could point me to the direction of some insight into what kinds of concerns an engineer might have as far as quality of parts.

    Obviously there has been some standards put into place but I would really like to hear some real life situations where quality was an issue.

    Defect examples I have questions about would be about the following.

    -Mis shapen BGA's
    -Light residue or scratches on the boards.
    -Small chips in the edges of the board

    I can look at parts like this 40x to 500x.

    This is a personal interest post. I have some other questions and I have pictures available to help answer them. My screenname on AIM can be made available if anyone is interested in helping me out.

    Thank you all


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