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CrossRoads

Still haven't seen a reason from OP as to why stenciling needs to be removed.
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Docedison

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Jun 01, 2013, 05:05 am Last Edit: Jun 01, 2013, 05:10 am by Docedison Reason: 1
Re-branding?... Or fixing a Boo-Boo... The easiest method is to color match or get from the MFR a small amount of the soldermask or a similar coating and mask out the unwanted "artwork"

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sonnyyu

mechanical method;-


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for anti-reverse engineering, We could do much better than erased label by sandblasting or sand paper.  I could offer some type of help advice, since my previous life has some thing to do with ic bonding/package/labeling ( I know-who ).
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Docedison

Erasing a label? the poster was talking about PCB silk or legend layer(s) which was the reason I suggested the solder-mask color, to "mask" the unwanted text. If the boards aren't assembled yet the layer could be re-screened.. Kinda pricey though.

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