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 Via in Pad;Epoxy Filled; Plated flat note? 

Last post Thu, Jan 24 2008 8:01 PM by archive. 1 replies.
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    Via in Pad;Epoxy Filled; Plated flat note? Reply

    Hoping someone can help. I've got a via in pad design, that utilizes a rather large (.012") FHS, and I need them filled with non-conductive epoxy and then plated flat to the surface.

    I'm looking for the "proper" verbage to denote this on the fabrication drawings.

    Anyone been doing this, and possibly help me with good notation?

    Thanks.
    Mitch


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  • Fri, Jan 25 2008 11:51 AM

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    RE: Via in Pad;Epoxy Filled; Plated flat note? Reply

    The note on our fab drawing reads; "All 12.0 mil holes are to be filled with a peters 2795 non-conductive epoxy of equivelent and plated over."
    Regards,


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