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IPC-A-610 Instructor

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.

The IPC-A-610 specification is the focal point of this course and will be covered in its entirety. As part of the requirements for certification, students must score at least an 80% average and no single score less than 70% on the final examinations.

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Everyone who successfully completes the program will receive instructional materials necessary for conducting Certified IPC Specialist Training:

  • CD-ROM containing Course Visuals, Instructor Guide and Student Handouts
  • IPC-T-50 Terms and Definitions
  • IPC Certificate of Training

DAY 1

  • Introduction -Establishing and Maintaining Program Integrity
  • Foreword, Applicable Documents and Handling
  • Hardware
  • Soldering

DAY 2

  • Terminal Connections
  • PCBs and Assemblies
  • Through-Hole Technology

DAY 3

  • Surface Mount Assemblies
  • Component Damage
  • Discrete Wiring
  • Instructor Skills and Responsibilities

DAY 4

  • High Voltage
  • Course Summary/Review
  • Open Book Examination
  • Closed Book Examination<
  • Instructor/Student Conference

DAY 5 – Optional Interactive PCB Inspection Lab
This optional, 1-day lab utilizes, lectures, visual acuity exercises, and physical assemblies to provide the students with an experience in visually inspecting printed circuit assemblies

Introduction

  • Terms and definitions
  • Why inspect
  • How to inspect

Observation Skills Practice 1
The Needs of Visual Inspection

  • Good Visual Acuity
  • The ability to detect differences
  • Review of Basic Manufacturing Knowledge
  • Systematic approach
  • Patience, Discipline, Consistency

Inspection Lab 1: Through-Hole Board

  • Review results of Lab 1
  • Discuss improvements

Observation Skills Practice 2
Inspection Lab 2: Surface Mount Board

  • Review results of Lab 2
  • Discuss improvements

Observation Skills Practice 3
Inspection Lab 3: Mixed Technology Board

  • Review results of Lab 3<
  • Discuss improvements
  • Instructor to grade results

Wrap up

  • Certificate of Attendance

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