fiducial mark


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fiducial mark

In surveying, an index line or point, used as a basis of reference.
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The basic idea is to create a non-reversal pattern with two or three fiducial marks on the board or panel.
Such results of inner orientation do not meet the required accuracy of 0.007 mm (Kraus 2000) for measuring the accuracy of fiducial marks.
For this aim discovering and recognition of IC photo masks fiducial marks (FM) with automated optical positioning system help is proposed.
In fig.1 are shown IC photo masks (fig.1, a), fiducial marks region (fig.1, b) and HWT application result (fig.1, c).
PR enables a wire bonder to easily identify fiducial marks and other alignment features.
ONE OF THE handy aspects of getting boards assembled at Screaming Circuits is we don't require fiducial marks for standard process boards.
The boards didn't have any fiducial marks. Normally, we find a via hole, through-hole pin hole or some similar feature to use as a fiducial.
Fiducial marks should not be obscured by equipment rails (placing them a minimum of 0.100" from edges is adequate in most cases).
Fiducial marks are established for the inspection process with x and y parameters.
When you design your next board, do not forget the fiducial marks. Surprisingly, a lot of boards still have no fiducial marks, and, without them, consistent placements are almost impossible.
When removing the defective board, avoid and preserve score lines, tooling holes, fiducial marks, impedance coupons and trace lines to meet the requirements of the manufacturer's blueprints.

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