This four-color document provides photographs and illustrations of the target, acceptable and nonconforming conditions that are either internally or externally observable on bare printed boards. Make sure your operators, inspectors, and engineers have the most current industry consensus information. With new or revised photographs and illustrations, revision J provides new coverage on topics such as microvia contact dimensions, plating, voiding and fill, along with updated and expanded coverage for dielectric removal etchback, smear and wicking , plating folds, surface plating for edge connectors, SMT and BGA pads, marking, hole registration, delamination, cap plating, via fill and flexible circuits. Number of pages: Released May Scope This IPC-AJ document describes the target, acceptable, and nonconforming conditions that are either externally or internally observable on printed boards.
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While the principal members of the A Task Group a of the Product Assurance Committee are shown below, it is not possible to include all of those who assisted in the evolution of this standard. To each of them, the members of IPC extend their gratitude. Special thanks goes to the members of the D Rigid Printed Board Committee for their efforts in establishing acceptance criteria for printed boards.
Scott A. Bowles, Sovereign Circuits Inc. Ronald J. Cantwell, Printed Circuits Inc. Werner Engelmaier, Engelmaier Associates, L. Gary M. Ferrari, C. Mahendra S. Gandhi, Northrop Grumman Thomas F. Gardeski, E. Floyd L. Gordon, Visteon Corp. Hue T. Hill, Colonial Circuits Phillip E. Clarence W. Knapp, Litton Systems Inc. Jason Koch, Robisan Laboratory Inc. Raymond L. Kolonchuk, Jr. Leo P. Luke, C. Wesley R. Malewicz, Draeger Medical Systems, Inc. Susan S.
Mansilla, Robisan Laboratory Inc. Rene R. Martinez, Northrop Grumman Brian C. Pucci, Gould Electronics Inc. Jim R. Reed, Merix Corporation Gary C. Roper, Eagle Circuits Inc. Shin, Pacific Testing Laboratories, Inc. Frank A. Robert B. It represents the visual interpre- tation of minimum requirements set forth in various printed board specifications, i.
In order to properly apply and use the content of this document, the printed wiring product should comply with the design require- ments of the applicable IPC series document and the performance requirements of the applicable IPC series document. In the event the printed wiring product does not comply with these or equivalent requirements, then the acceptance criteria should be as defined between a user and supplier agreement as part of the procurement documenta- tion.
The illustrations in this document portray specific criteria relat- ing to the heading and subheading of each page, with brief descriptions of the acceptable and nonconforming conditions for each product class.
See 1. The visual quality acceptance criteria are intended to provide proper tools for the evaluation of visual anomalies. The illustrations and photographs in each situation are related to specific requirements. Supported by appropriate user requirements, this document should provide effective visual criteria to quality assurance and manufacturing personnel.
This document cannot cover all of the reliability concerns encountered in the printed board industry; therefore, attributes not addressed in this issue shall be agreed upon between user and supplier. The value of this document lies in its use as a baseline document that may be modified by expansions, exceptions, and variations which may be appro- priate for specific applications. This is a document for minimum acceptability requirements and is not intended to be used as a performance specification for printed board manufacture or procurement.
This document is a tool for observing how a product may deviate due to variation in processes. Refer to IPC AIT may be applicable to the evaluation of many of the dimen- sional characteristics illustrated in this document.
IPC New Release: IPC-A-600J Acceptability of Printed Boards
Nearly everything electronic in the universe depends on the printed circuit board PCB. For many years, the IPC-A Acceptability of Printed Boards and IPC Qualification and Performance Specification for Rigid Printed Boards documents have set the standard for PCB workmanship quality, giving comprehensive acceptance criteria with full color illustrations and photographs showing all types of printed board surface and internal conditions. The IPC-A Training and Certification Program helps all segments of the electronics interconnection industry improve their understanding of printed board quality issues, greatly enhances communication between PCB manufacturers, their suppliers and their customers and provides a valuable portable credential to industry professionals as well as recognition for their companies. Printed Board Manufacturers Knowledge of acceptance criteria is essential in tracing nonconforming conditions to their origins in the manufacturing process. This program also makes a powerful statement to users of printed boards that a company is serious about continuous quality improvement.
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