Nickel palladium gold (ENEPIG) surface finish is being referred to as the “universal finish.” ENEPIG was also the answer to the nickel corrosion “black pad” encountered occasionally with electroless nickel/immersion gold (ENIG) deposits. In this column, George Milad answers the question, "Can 'nickel corrosion' occur in ENEPIG?"
The following is an excerpt from Chapter 1 of Happy Holden’s I-Connect007 eBook Automation and Advanced Procedures in PCB Fabrication. In this book, Happy explains fabrication automation with illustrative examples and anecdotes from his decades as a mechanization leader.
As the world opens up, so will many opportunities. Dan Beaulieu describes some of these changes he sees, as well as how salespeople will have to be in front of the right people at the right time as the demand for innovative products...
Matt Kelly, a familiar face in IPC standards development and widely recognized in the global electronics industry as a thought leader and an innovator, was recently hired as IPC’s chief technologist. Dr. John Mitchell sat down...
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PCB Prototyping During a Pandemic by Matt Stevenson
It’s the Little Things by Tara Dunn
An Optimistic Look at Resource Optimization Into the Future by Paul Benke and Michaela Brody
It’s All About Being Prepared by Raymond Goh
The Rush to Remote Work: Amid COVID-19, Businesses Fail to Employ Necessary Safety Nets by Ken Michael