In my previous column, I presented several options with which to accomplish blind and through-hole via filling. In this edition of “Trouble in Your Tank,” I will discuss filling blind vias and through-holes with polymeric pastes.
The branches of military services continue to counter threats by shifting from boots on the ground to more technical solutions that do not require additional personal. The combat environment requires designs that require faster decisions and more rapid processing, rugged displays to withstand 120°F outside temperatures, extreme cold, blowing sand, and abnormal mechanical forces like the shock and vibration in a helicopter; they have to be smaller, lighter-weight, and extremely reliable.
I have been involved with additive electronics for the past several years, and I have seen the discussion of and demand for sub-75-micron feature sizes slowly grow. Conversations, questions, and research about SAP and mSAP increased...
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The best way to work with your PCB vendors is to treat them as strategic partners. This means not only sharing your current needs but your future ones as well. I know that this requires a great deal of trust on your part as well as...
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