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        How do I check the defect in soldering in a PCB board?

        Time:2019-04-17 15:47:32 Click:

        Found in the majority of checking the defect in soldering, manual and automatic system inspection methods remain immensely popular, such as the combination of manual optical inspecion and X-ray detection is the optimal method in terms of cheking soldering defect in a printed circuit board.

         


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