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    • Author Lester
    • Last Updated 17th November 2013, 04:30
    • Category General
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    The purpose of through-hole drilling printed circuit boards is twofold:
    (1) to produce an opening through the board that will permit a subsequent process to form an electrical connection
    between top, bottom, and internal conductor pathways, and
    (2) to permit through-the-boardcomponent mounting with structural integrity and precision of location.

    The quality of a hole drilled through a printed circuit board is measured by its ability to interface with the following processes: plating, soldering, and forming a highly reliable, non-degrading electrical and mechanical connection.

    The goals of this chapter are as follows:

    ●Understanding the drilling process thoroughly
    ●Recognizing what might go wrong
    ●Locating where problems could occur
    ●Detecting whether problems do occur
    ●Finding root causes of problems
    ●Correcting undesirable conditions
    ●Striving for zero discrepancies

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