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Intel research improves moisture-tracking in PCBs

2/15/2013 04:03 PM EST
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Jeff.Milrod
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re: Intel research improves moisture-tracking in PCBs
Jeff.Milrod   2/21/2013 9:20:30 PM
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From Article: "Kunze noted that it can be difficult to remove moisture –through baking- from a typical PCB that has solid copper planes throughout its stack up."

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re: Intel research improves moisture-tracking in PCBs
DrQuine   2/18/2013 2:59:26 AM
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Wouldn't a manufacturing process that heated the boards to ensure they were completely dry and then completed manufacturing in a dry environment be the easiest solution?

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