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Electro-mechanical assembly specification?

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#56174

Electro-mechanical assembly specification? | 26 August, 2008

I am new to the board so be gentle with me.

There are standards such as IPC-610 for PCB assembly, IPC-600 for bare boards, etc. Is there a "standard" for electro-mechanical assembly? Is there an IPC standard or any other industry approved standard that can be applied for or achieved?

Thanks for your help in advance!

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#56299

Electro-mechanical assembly specification? | 2 September, 2008

> I am new to the board so be gentle with me. > There are standards such as IPC-610 for PCB > assembly, IPC-600 for bare boards, etc. Is there > a "standard" for electro-mechanical assembly? Is > there an IPC standard or any other industry > approved standard that can be applied for or > achieved? > > Thanks for your help in advance!

> I am new to the board so be gentle with me. > There are standards such as IPC-610 for PCB > assembly, IPC-600 for bare boards, etc. Is there > a "standard" for electro-mechanical assembly? Is > there an IPC standard or any other industry > approved standard that can be applied for or > achieved? > > Thanks for your help in advance!

> I am new to the board so be gentle with me. > There are standards such as IPC-610 for PCB > assembly, IPC-600 for bare boards, etc. Is there > a "standard" for electro-mechanical assembly? Is > there an IPC standard or any other industry > approved standard that can be applied for or > achieved? > > Thanks for your help in advance!

> I am new to the board so be gentle with me. > There are standards such as IPC-610 for PCB > assembly, IPC-600 for bare boards, etc. Is there > a "standard" for electro-mechanical assembly? Is > there an IPC standard or any other industry > approved standard that can be applied for or > achieved? > > Thanks for your help in advance!

Hello,

yes there are standards for the macines. For Europe there is CE mark. This one requires various tests of your equipment to show match of safety requirments(el and mechanical). For macine accuracy (pick and place machine or stencil printers) there are IPC standard(6850 - not hundred percent sure about the number). This one shows the accuracy of the machine.

Regards, Emil

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