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Causes of Popcorn Defects in Plastic Packages
Causes of Popcorn Defects in Plastic Packages
Industry expert Bob Willis uses the NPL Defect Database to explain the causes of popcorning (distortion) on plastic packages like QFPs, SOICs and BGAs.
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Bob Willis - http://www.bobwillis.co.uk
Bob Willis operates a training and consultancy business based in England.
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