Published: Jan 1963
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Soldering at Martin-Orlando is one of the most important operations in the production of missile weapon systems. To assure the ultimate in solderable surfaces it was felt that gold plating should be used. However, as printed wiring boards got into production, various puzzling defects entered the picture.
Keller, J. D.
Group Engineer, Martin Co., Orlando, Fla.