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Void and Void Analysis

At times, openings or cavities are created in a solder joint by either out gassed flux trapped in the solder during reflow or due to inadequate thermal profile and these are called voids. The IPC Standard calls out for specific void percentages, which are acceptable for different applications. A high-end x-ray machine can calculate these voids to make sure they are within IPC specifications.

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