Causes and solutions for Solder Beading

Industry expert Bob Willis explains how to address solder beading, a defect usually found on chip components. Hint: it’s your stencils.

Bob will provide free help on your problem boards and assemblies at the FREE NPL Defect Database Clinic at IPC APEX EXPO on April 12-14 on the show floor. With the help of equipment in the booth, Bob can help you find preventative or corrective actions at no charge. Learn more at www.ipcapexexpo.org/show-floor.

3 Comments

  1. JOAQUIN
    Posted February 26, 2011 at 5:27 pm | Permalink

    ME GUSTARIA QUE TUBIERAN UNA PAJINA EN EN ESPAñOL PARA PODRE CONSULTA MAS FACIL CO USTEDES

  2. Posted February 26, 2011 at 5:29 pm | Permalink

    ME GUSTARIA QU TUBIERAN UNA PAGUINA EN ESPAÑOL GRACIAS JOAQUIN T BETANCUR

    • Kim Sterling
      Posted February 28, 2011 at 3:13 pm | Permalink

      These two distributors for IPC are located in Spain and Mexico and may be able to provide you assistance in Spanish. In addition, some of our staff speaks spanish, so you can also send your question to answers@ipc.org.

      Estos dos distribuidores de la IPC se encuentra en España y México y puede ser capaz de proporcionar ayuda en español. Además, algunos de nuestro personal habla español, por lo que también puede enviar su pregunta a answers@ipc.org.

      Espana
      Consultronica, S.L.
      Tel: +34 91 001 39 89
      Fax: +34 91 001 25 94
      http://www.consultronica.es
      info@consultronica.es

      Dalus, S.A. de C.V.
      Mexico
      Tel: +52 818 386 1717
      Fax: +52 818 386 4780
      http://www.dalus.com


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