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NASA workmanship standards

Posted on Saturday, October 16th, 2010 in idle, skills by Ian

NASA has standards for circuit modification. How many do you violate?

We think “SMT components mounted on leads” is a great way to mod a board, but our stuff isn’t in space…

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2 Responses to “NASA workmanship standards”

  1. DrF says:

    Interesting read, I don’t really care for neatness or electrical standards to that level but then again its not my job :p
    I am learning alot from these kind of posts and it seems this topic is coming up more and more.

  2. hardcore says:

    yep used this:

    but :
    IPC-A-610D Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies (and it comes in Chinese as well)
    IPC-7721 Repair and Modification of Printed Boards and Electronic Assemblies
    are significantly better.

    This is interesting for people that think “only” ic’s can be static damaged.

    Electrostatic Discharge Analysis of Multi Layer Ceramic Capacitors
    Cyrous Rostamzadeh, Hamidreza Dadgostar, Flavio Canavero

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