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We address a variety of issues in the areas of design development and test/homologation services.

Example of element removal service

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What led to the introduction of the service?

The client was seeking a way to efficiently remove elements on the printed circuit boards they manufactured to analyze defects. They were also looking for a company that would be able to observe backsides of elements and board surfaces to enable observation of migration.

Issues before introduction

The phenomenon of migration where metal ions diffuse out is a primary cause of electric board failure. The client needed a mechanism that could quickly remove the elements and accurately evaluate the quality of the mounting board. However, the " element removal" process required for this took a lot of time and effort, so we received a request from the client for efficient evaluation with less damage to the board.

Examples of use after introduction

The client decided to use our element removal service for investigating the causes of PCB failures and for observing migration after conducting reproduction and reliability tests.

Element removal:
What is element removal?
It is the process of removing the elements on a board so that the back of the element and the surface of the board can be observed. 

Result:
Element removal for observation of migration

Examples of use after introduction

As a result of the element removal service, the client was now able to accurately observe the backsides of elements and the surface of the board, resulting in more accurate quality evaluations of printed circuit boards. Observation of migration could also now be performed quickly to find potential degradation factors of PCBs. The client was pleased to find that this enabled the early detection of problems. Our service also helped the client to make the time-consuming element removal process more efficient, shortening the inspection and evaluation processes.

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