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Strube09:
Hey everyone,

Just got a quick question. Sometimes when I am getting some PCB's and I order say 70 PCB's and there are 20 per sheet the PCB maker will mark out the exra 10 pcbs on the last sheet with a sharpie (sometimes a whole sheet S/S on it). Why do they do that and what is "S/S". Spare sheet maybe?

Wasted the PCBs that I could have used for spares.

Thanks

Simon:
are you referring to layouts of your board that the program sends to the manufacturer or the actual sheet board you get back ?

slburris:
I think boards marked S/S stands for solder sample.
And I think *that* means not electrically tested.

Scott

Strube09:

--- Quote from: Simon on August 13, 2010, 03:45:30 pm ---are you referring to layouts of your board that the program sends to the manufacturer or the actual sheet board you get back ?

--- End quote ---

Refering the the actual sheet I get from them.

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