Welcome To EPTAC
EPTAC is an internationally-recognized solder training and IPC certification corporation, giving professionals the skills to accelerate their careers, and businesses the talent to succeed. For over 25 years, EPTAC has been helping corporations increase quality standards, improve productivity, and maximize profits.
Ceramic chip capacitors have been around for years and used in a variety of assemblies, but as their size has shrunk over time, their susceptibility to damage has continued to rise. Add to this, the transition to lead free soldering materials, which have imposed more rigidity and reduced flexibility on solder joints, resulting in additional stress issues on these small devices.(Read more...)
Manchester, NH – February 26, 2014 – EPTAC Corporation announced today that it has acquired multiple IPC Certification Center licenses for a number of locations across the United States and Canada. This marks a first for an IPC Training Center to expand its delivery and support of electronics training programs to several locations including California, Florida, Minnesota, Missouri and Connecticut, along with Canada and the Toronto, Ontario market.(Read more...)
The IPC has recently released an updated policy and procedures document for all people involved in the training, certification and delivery of IPC Certification Programs. This includes Master Instructors (MIT), Instructors (CIT) and Specialists (CIS).(Read more...)
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"NEW" Hands-On Crimp Termination Fashioned around the IPC-A-620 “Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies”, this program gives you a hands-on approach to the standard by doing. Learn how to perform various crimps real time and inspect them according to this popular standard. Enroll today in EPTAC's Hands-On Crimp Termination.
"NEW" Hands-On Solder-Crimp Termination If you have to deal with both soldered and crimped terminations on a variety of terminals and connectors, this is the class for you. Based on both J-STD-001 "Requirements for Soldered Electrical & Electronic Assemblies" and IPC-A-620 “Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies”, this program gives you a hands-on look and what you will need to perform these tasks and by the book. Enroll today in EPTAC's Hands-On Solder-Crimp Termination.
Both subjects are now accepting students.