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2010 - December
Sectional Design Standard for
Rigid Organic Printed Boards
Supersedes IPC-2222
February 1998
A standard developed by IPC
Association Connecting Electronics Industries
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• Just include spec information
• Focus on end product performance
• Include a feedback system on use and
problems for future improvement
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• Inhibit innovation
• Increase time-to-market
• Keep people out
• Increase cycle time
• Tell you how to make something
• Contain anything that cannot
be defended with data
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Sectional Design Standard
for Rigid Organic Printed
Developed by the IPC-2221/2222 Task Group (D-31B) of the Rigid
Printed Board Committee (D-30) of IPC
IPC-2222 - February 1998
IPC-D-275 - September 1991
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