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Thomas Blesinger

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pin shape of SMDs | 17 September, 1998

can anyone help with information about I-shape of SMDs. our Design includes this shape of contacts. we are searching for information on quality judgement of solder joints with I-leads on Pads. Please help.

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Dave F

#14215

Re: pin shape of SMDs | 17 September, 1998

| can anyone help with information about I-shape of SMDs. | our Design includes this shape of contacts. we are searching for information on quality judgement of solder joints with I-leads on Pads. Please help. Tom: I saw your earlier post. I'm not familar with an I-shape SMDs. A common workmanship standard used in electronic assembly is: ANSI/IPC-A-610. It can be purchased from IPC (www.ipc.org). Help me understand I-Shaped SMDs. What do they look like? What distinguishes them from from other SMDs? When are they used? All that stuff ... One more thought. If the issue is pad design, IPC has a pad layout calculator that may help. See the link below. TTYL Dave F

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