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Chapter 7: Production of Printed Circuit Boards Focus on automated production of printed circuits by Surface Mounting Technology (SMT) and Hole Mounting Technology (HMT) The course material was developed in INSIGTH II, a project sponsored by the Leonardo da Vinci program of the European Union

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chapter 7 production of printed circuit boards
Chapter 7:Production of Printed Circuit Boards
  • Focus on automated production of printed circuits by Surface Mounting Technology (SMT) and Hole Mounting Technology (HMT)

The course material was developed in INSIGTH II, a project sponsored by the Leonardo da Vinci program of the European Union

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hole mounting
Hole Mounting
  • Axial components: Sequencing and mounting
  • Radial components: Mounting
  • DIP components: Mounting
  • Odd components: Robot or hand mounting

Fig. 7.1:The process for production of hole mounted PCBs

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Hole Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.2 a): Schematic example of the most efficient sequence of mounting the components of a particular PCB.

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Hole Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.2 b): The principle of sequencing.

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Hole Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.3: Sequencing machine.

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Hole Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.4: Axial inserter with two mounting heads.

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Hole Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.5: Simplified process in the axial inserter:

1): Cutting the components from the tape

2): Lead bending

3) - 4): Insertion

5): Cut and clinch

6): Return to starting position.

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Hole Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.6: DIP inserter.

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Hole Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.7: Manual mounting board with light guide.

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Hole Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.8: Wave soldering machine.

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wave soldering principle
Wave Soldering, principle
  • Fluxing
  • Pre-heating
  • Soldering
  • (Cleaning)

Fig. 7.9:

a): Principle of foam fluxer.

b): Control system for density and level of the flux bath.

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Wave Soldering principle, continued

Fig. 7.10:a): Principle of wave soldering.

b): The real shape of the wave.

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Wave Soldering, continued

Fig. 7.11:

a): Industrial in line cleaning machine.

b): The principle of ultrasound and vapour cleaning.

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electrostatic discharge esd precautions
ElectroStatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions

Fig. 7.12: An ESD protected working space. The resistors R normally are 100 Kohm - 1 Mohm.

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surface mounting
Surface Mounting
  • Soldering by wave solder process or by reflow processFig. 7.13: Application of adhesive for SMD mounting by:

a): Screen printing

b): Dispensing

c): Pin transfer

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surface mounting wave solder process
Surface Mounting: Wave Solder Process
  • Apply adhesive by dispenser, screen printing or pin transfer
  • Cure by heat or UV
  • Turn board
  • Wave solder
    • Double-wave soldering machine common for SMT
    • Not all SMD components suitable for wave soldering

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Surface Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.14: a): Shadowing in SMD wave soldering.

b): Solder bridging on fine pitch package.

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Surface Mounting, continued

Lambda wave

Fig. 7.15: Double wave for SMD soldering. The first is a turbulent wave that wets, followed by a gentle “lambda wave” that removes superfluous solder.

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Surface Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.16: Temperature profile during wave soldering in a double wave machine.

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reflow solder process
Reflow Solder Process
  • Print solder paste
  • Mount components
  • Dry solder paste
  • Solder by heating to melting of paste

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solder paste
Solder Paste
  • Consists of:
    • Solder particles (~ 80 % by weight)
    • Flux
    • Solvents and additives to give good printing properties (rheology)
  • Typical mesh count in screen: 80 per inch
  • Area ratio: Ao = a2 /(a+b)2
  • Paste volume deposited: V = Vo • Ao • t
  • "Solder ball test" for quality of solder paste and solder process

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Solder Paste, continued

Fig. 7.17: Microphotograph of Multicore solder paste type Sn 62 RMA B 3. The designation means 62 % by weight of Sn, 35.7% Pb, 2%, Ag, 0.3% Sb, RMA flux, 75 µm average particle size, 85% metal content, viscosity 400 000 - 600 000 centipoise.

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Solder Paste, continued

Fig. 7.18: Test of solder paste: The paste is printed through a circular opening with a diameter of 5 mm, in a 200 µm thick stencil. After reflow, the paste should melt into one body, without any particles spreading out.

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screen printing
Screen Printing
  • Woven screen (stainless steel or polyester) with organic photosensitive layer, which is patterned with holes (mask).
  • Metal stencil with etched or drilled openings.
  • Polyester stencil with punched or drilled openings.
  • Definition and accuracy depends on type, mesh count, thickness, tension, squeegee, speed, etc. Screen Printing is a complex craft!

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Screen Printing, continued
  • Off-contact for screen printing, contact for stencil. Two-step stencil for best definition.
  • The most advanced printers are fully automatic with vision system for alignment.

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Surface Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.19: Detail of printing stencil (left) and printing screen with fine line printing pattern.

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Surface Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.20: Detail of printing stencil with fine pitch printing pattern: Cross section of a stencil etched from both sides, with an acceptable, small amount of offset (40 x magnification).

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Surface Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.21: Two steps printing stencil.

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Surface Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.22: Printing through 0.3 mm diameter holes with Mylar stencil. To obtain the correct amount of solder paste two or three small holes may be used for each solder land.

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Surface Mounting, continued

Fig 7.23 a): Screen printer.

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Surface Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.23 b): The squeegee (DEK).

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ir soldering
IR Soldering

Fig. 7.24 a): IR furnace. Schematically with low temperature "area emitter".

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IR Soldering, continued

Fig. 7.24 b): Industrial IR furnace.

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infrared soldering
Infrared Soldering
  • Planck´s law:

W/A = k1/l5 {exp(k2/lT)-1}

Shown on graph, where:

W/A = emitted energy pr. second per m2

area per micrometer of radiation spectrum

k1 = 2 hc2 h = Planck´s constant

k2 = hc/k k = Boltzmann’s constant

Wavelength of max. radiation:

lmax = k3/T

  • Total radiated energy (Stefan Boltzmann´s law): W/A = esT4

s = Stefan Boltzmann’s constant

e = emissivity (between 0 and 1)

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IR Soldering, continued

Fig. 7.25: Typical temperature profile for an IR furnace.

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vapor phase soldering
Vapor Phase Soldering
  • Newton´s law :

dQ/dt = h•A (Tf -Ts)

Where:

      • dQ/dt = energy transferred pr. sec. (W)
      • A = total area
      • h = heat transfer coefficient
      • Tf = vapour temperature (boiling point)
      • Ts = PCB temperature
  • PCB temperature approaches Tf asymptotically:

(Ts -To) = [Tf -To]•[1 -exp (-t/to)]

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vapour phase soldering
Vapour Phase Soldering

Fig. 7.26 a): Principle of in-line vapour phase soldering machine.

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Vapour Phase Soldering, continued

Fig. 7.26 b): Industrial in-line vapour phase soldering machine.

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Vapour Phase Soldering, continued

Fig. 7.27: Heat transfer coefficient for air and fluorocarbons. Boiling fluorocarbons, at the bottom, give 200 - 400 times more efficient heat transfer than air.

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Vapour Phase Soldering, continued

Fig. 7.28: Temperature profile through in-line vapour phase soldering machine.

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Vapour Phase Soldering, continued

Fig. 7.29: Chemical composition of fluoro carbons for vapour phase soldering. Top: The liquid FC-5311 (3M): C14 F24 is derived from C14 H10. Bottom: The liquid LS 230 (Galden).

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Vapour Phase Soldering, continued

Table 7.1: Physical properties of some primary vapours for reflow soldering.

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other soldering methods
Other Soldering Methods
  • Hot air soldering (Most used today)
  • Impulse (hot bar-, thermode-) soldering
  • Hot plate / hot band soldering (thick film hybrid)
  • Laser soldering (too time-consuming single point soldering)

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thermode soldering
Thermode Soldering

Fig. 7.31: Two types of thermodes for thermode soldering.

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Thermode Soldering, continued

Fig. 7.32: Temperature profile for thermode soldering.

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component placement
Component Placement
  • Automatic, dedicated pick-and-place machines
  • Manual placement (prototypes, repair)
  • Semi-manual (light guided table, etc.)
    • Programmable robot
    • Elements of Pick-and-Place Machine
      • Board magazine/feeder system
      • Mounting head(s) (with interchangable grip tools)
      • Programming/control unit
      • Component "storage" and feeder
      • Vision system (correct placement and control afterwards)

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component mounting
Component Mounting

Fig. 7.33: SMD pick-and-place machine (Siemens).The mounting head may also include an electronic vision system for very accurate placement of fine pitch components.

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Component Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.34: a): Mechanical gripper in a pick-and place machine.b): Detail of the component tape when a component is in position for picking. c): Vibration feeder.

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Component Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.35: Fuji CP-II pick-and-place machine. The machine has magazine for over 100 types of small components, nominal speed up to 15 000 components per hour, placement accuracy 0.10 mm. It has a rotating head with 12 positions, bottom figure, and two alternative tools at each position. There are components at all 12 positions at any time, with a separate operation being performed. A CCD camera shows the accurate position and orientation on a CRT screen (Fuji).

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Component Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.36: Philips large hardware controlled pick-and-place machine.

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solder faults
Solder faults

Fig. 7.38: Small SMDs standing on edge due to the "Manhattan-" or ”tombstone-" effect.

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robot system for placement
Robot System for Placement
  • Advantages:
    • Flexibility: Can handle most odd component types and boards, in low and high volumes
    • Uniform quality
    • High placement accuracy (~ 0.02 mm)
    • Non-manned operation (over night)
    • Can work in hostile environments
    • Tests and controls can be included in placement operation by special sensors on robot

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robot mounting
Robot Mounting

Fig. 7.39: Example of a programmable placement robot for electronics: The SCARA robot.

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Robot System for Placement
  • Must be carefully considered:
  • Cost, including the external equipment, fixtures, transport system
  • Lower capacity than Pick-and-Place
  • Requires careful planning, and often much dedicated surrounding equipment

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Robot Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.40: The main components of a robot system.

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robot system components
Robot System Components
  • Manipulator
    • Learning unit
    • Control unit
  • Types of Manipulator Coordinate Systems
    • Cartesian
    • Cylindrical (including "Scara")
    • Spherical
    • "Human-like"

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Robot Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.41: Types of robot arms: a): Cartesian motion. b): Cylindrical. c): Spherical. d): "Human like". The SCARA robot is a special version of the cylindrical type.

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Robot System Components, continued
  • Programming
    • "Lead-and-learn”
    • "Jog-and-learn”
    • "Synthetic programming"

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Robot Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.42: Multi gripper head.

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robot uses in electronics
Robot Uses in Electronics
  • Production
    • Component placement
    • Production of parts (coils, cables,....
    • Board feeding
    • Handling of boards, components in testing
    • Automatic trimming in test
    • Parts assembly for board, rack, chassis, etc.
    • Screw and glue operation
    • Soldering, welding
      • etc.

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Robot Mounting, continued

Fig. 7.43: Robot cell for electronic component placement (Adept)

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types of boards smd and mixed assembly
Types of Boards: SMD and Mixed Assembly
  • SMD side A
  • SMD side A and hole components side B
  • SMD side A and B
  • SMD both sides, hole components side B

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process sequences
Process Sequences

Fig. 7.44 a -d): Process sequences for boards with different types of components on the two sides.

The steps marked "For all processes" on figure a) are not repeated on the other figures.

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Process Sequences

Fig. 7.44 a -d): Process sequences for boards with different types of components on the two sides.

The steps marked "For all processes" on figure a) are not repeated on this figure.

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Process Sequences

Fig. 7.44 a -d): Process sequences for boards with different types of components on the two sides.

The steps marked "For all processes" on figure a) are not repeated on this figure.

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Process Sequences

Fig. 7.44 a -d): Process sequences for boards with different types of components on the two sides.

The steps marked "For all processes" on figure a) are not repeated on this figure.

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board testing
Board Testing
  • Functional test
  • "In-circuit" test
  • NB: Good designs use one-sided testing
    • Test jigs are expensive
    • Two-sided jigs very compicated

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testing of pcbs
Testing of PCBs

Fig. 7.45: Two methods for single sided test of a board with components on both sides.

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Testing of PCBs

Fig. 7.46: Bed-of-nails test fixture.

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Testing of PCBs

Fig. 7.47:

a) Detail of single sided test fixture.

b) Double sided fixture.

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Testing of PCBs

Fig. 7.48: Two types of test pins.

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Testing of PCBs

Fig. 7.49: Unacceptable testing. The test point should be on the Cu foil on the board, not on the component lead.

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end of chapter 7 production of printed circuit boards
End of Chapter 7: Production of Printed Circuit Boards
  • Important issues:
    • When manufacturing PCBs:
      • Understand the basic manufacturing steps:
        • Sequencing and mounting of Hole Mounted Components
        • Wave soldering: Basics. Why we want to avoid (yield and reliability problems) When to use it for Surface Mount Components (Mixed boards)
        • Reflow soldering process: Basics. Solder paste. Silk screen and stencil printing. Reflow heating with hot air, IR, vapor phase, etc.
      • Component placement:
        • Automatic, manual, semi-automatic, and using robots
      • Types of SMD boards manufactured: Understand and remember the basic flow diagrams:
        • SMD side A
        • SMD side A and hole components side B
        • SMD side A and B
        • SMD both sides, hole components side B
      • Board testing:
        • Functional test
        • In-circuit test
  • Questions and discussions?

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