Talk:Dye penetrant inspection

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This test method has extensive use in welding, casting and forging industry. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 111.93.32.138 (talk) 09:31, 19 May 2012 (UTC)

Use in the semiconductor industry[edit]

Dye penetrant inspection is sometimes used as a failure analysis technique in the semiconductor industry, to identify the location of leakage current paths caused by the retention of ingressed moisture after autoclave testing of integrated circuits. Further details required before moving this section to the main page. DFH 07:40, 7 July 2006 (UTC)

RE: "Experience showed that temperature and soak time were important. This started the practice of written instructions to provide standard, uniform results. The use of written procedures has evolved, giving the ability for design engineers and manufacturers to get the high standard results from any properly trained and certified liquid penetrant testing technician."

This section seems to state that Dye penetrant inspection techniques were the very reason for clearly written instruction in all things. I don't think so, brah. If so, I'm going to need some sort of reference.98.164.113.215 (talk) 08:25, 8 March 2014 (UTC)