Folks, some time ago I posted on the limits of mixing. In modern manufacturing, there may be some applications that require two metal powders to be evenly distributed,...Read More
In our continued investigation and quest to improve solder paste printing for fine-feature paste deposits, we also found that consistency (low standard deviation) favored the square apertures when comparing circular apertures to square apertures with radius corners (hereafter referred to only as square apertures).
I just can’t get enough of a good thing. My last post mentioned donuts – one of my favorite treats. Allow me to continue reveling in the chewy sweet delight. On Saturdays the kids like to be taken for...Read More
Folks, Some years ago, a leading IC manufacturer decided that their R&D effort could benefit if analyzed for possible improvement – by hiring professionals from the arts (e.g. singers, actors, artists etc.) In this spirit, I am going not quite so far from electronics assembly, to ask one of Dartmouth’s premiere...Read More
Spheres are the form of indium I use the most for testing solder wetting properties, because they have a precise volume. (As opposed to shot, which does not have as tightly controlled...Read More