This 4-day, lectured course utilizes the images in the IPC-A-610 document to provide visual accept/reject criteria examples for all three classes of assembly production–for both lead and lead-free. The IPC-A-610, “The Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies”, is the most widely used inspection specification for the PWB assembly industry.
This 4-day, lectured course is a comprehensive, instructor-level certification that teaches inspection and assembly criteria for all three classes of cable and wire harness assembly. This course is based on the IPC/WHMA-A-620, “Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies”, the most widely used inspection specification for the cable and wire harness assembly industry.
Customize this course by selecting only the days/modules that meet your training requirements.
This 4-day, lectured course (3-days lecture, 1-day review and testing), goes beyond the fundamentals of component placement and track routing to encompass an understanding of all the elements that go into product development utilizing IPC-2221 “Generic Standard on Printed Board Design” and IPC-2222 “Sectional Design Standard for Rigid Organic Printed Boards”.
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Leaded solder has been the preferred material for electronic manufacturing for decades due to its low cost, lower melting point, and ease of use. However, there has been heightened concerns about the health and environment effects of lead solder, particularly when used in electronics. In 2006 the European Union banned certain hazardous substances in electronic […]
Soldering is an element that is used widely throughout the electronics industry. It is the joining process used to fuse different types of metals together by melting solder. Solder is a metal alloy usually constructed of tin and lead and is melted by using a hot iron. The hot iron is heated to temperatures above […]
An IPC-A-610 Certification conveys that you have knowledge of, and conform to, industry standards when it comes to soldering components. With your certification, you can demonstrate to clients and employers that you understand the quality requirements necessary for building reliable electronic assemblies. Benefits to receiving this certification may include building consistent products, improving cross-channel communications, […]
With the recent growth of the electrical manufacturing industry, now is the perfect time for someone looking to build on their current career in soldering. Soldering technicians are essential when it comes to manufacturing technological goods. For example, many household and personal devices that you use each and every day like cell phones, televisions, app-enabled […]
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