The additional work that was carried out to meet our customer needs was much appreciated by the Axiom team and our customer, Your team working additional hours to ensure these boards were turned around quicker than agreed was excellent and was communicated to the Axiom management team in a positive manner.”
— Jason Hewlett
The re-worked BGAs look like they have not been changed. Very, very clean job, even in such a confined space. I am impressed. Even the surrounding 0402 components are intact. Even better, the +5v and +3.3v short has gone away and the boards are behaving the same as the prototype.”
— Peter G Pawsey.
Every day millions of dollars of brand new and high value components are scrapped by manufacturers because they are attached to faulty/damaged/obsolete PCB’s.- Jan 9, 2020
This article explores the risks to components that have been in storage for over 2 years. What are the internal control standards of major OEM’s/CEM’s, are there specific standards that address this issue? What are the risk mitigation solutions?- Nov 19, 2019
This paper explores the challenges of reflowing Bottom Terminated Components – referred to as BTC and including QFNs (quad flat no leads), LGAs (land grid arrays), DFNs (dual flat no leads), MLF (micro lead-frame) The main issues discussed are Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (CTE), flux entrapment, voiding and explains the innovative solutions that Retronix offer for these issues.- Oct 30, 2019