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Date of Publication: Sep 28, 2015
This specification covers qualification and performance of rigid printed boards, including single-sided, double-sided, with or without plated-through holes, multilayer with or without blind/buried vias and metal core boards. It addresses final finish and surface plating coating requirements, conductors, holes/vias, frequency of acceptance testing and quality conformance as well as electrical, mechanical and environmental requirements. Revision D incorporates many new requirements in areas such as HASL coatings, alternative surface finishes, edge plating, marking, microvia capture and target lands, copper cap plating of filled holes, copper filled microvias and dielectric removal. 

Date of Publication: Jun 14, 2016
The definitive illustrated guide to printed board acceptability! 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.

Date of Publication: Jun 8, 2016
This handbook is an essential resource for anyone involved in manufacturing or purchasing PCBs. Hundreds of real-world, full-color photos spotlight more than 650 PCB process defects, with causes and corrective actions for each. IPC-9121 supersedes the PCB sections of IPC-PE-740A.

Date of Publication: Jun 29, 2016
IPC-6012DA replaces specifically identified requirements of IPC-6012D Revision D for rigid printed boards.

Date of Publication: Jan 19, 2016
IPC-4562A-WAM1 covers metal foils supported by carrier films and unsupported foils suitable for subsequent use in printed boards. The Amendment 1 that has been inserted into the base document added back the light cold rolled-wrought copper foil (/6 [Cu-W6] that was previously removed during the revision A actions. Unless otherwise agreed upon between the user and supplier (AABUS), metal foils shall be considered acceptable, so long as the requirements in this specification are met.

Date of Publication: Dec 15, 2015
La J-STD-001F est reconnue mondialement comme la seule norme de consensus industriel couvrant les procédés et les matériaux de brasage. Cette révision inclut des informations techniques pour la fabrication à la fois avec des alliages traditionnels et sans-plomb. Des exemples de certains des changements significatifs sont la révision des exigences minimum de remplissage des trous métallisés ; des critères pour deux nouveaux types de terminaisons TMS ; et des critères étendus pour les vernis de tropicalisation. Chaque fois que cela a été possible, les descriptions des critères ont été ajustées pour les rendre plus faciles à comprendre pour les matériaux, les méthodes et pour la vérification de la réalisation d’assemblages et d’interconnexions brasées de qualité. Les exigences pour les trois classes de produit sont inclues.

Date of Publication: Sep 11, 2013
This standard specifies the XML schema that represents the intelligent data file format used to describe printed board and printed board assembly products with details sufficient for tooling, manufacturing, assembly, and inspection requirements. This format may be used for transmitting information between a printed board designer and a manufacturing or assembly facility. The data is most useful when the manufacturing cycle includes computer-aided processes and numerical control machines.