We receive questions on a daily basis, some relative to training and certification, but the bulk on process issues and whether they are acceptable based on the standards or not. Ever wonder if you were the only one dealing with a particular problem? Well you are not alone. In this webinar we will break down a variety of topics and work to shed some light on how to address them in your design and production process.
Selecting the Correct Training Programs for Your Employees
With all the electronics training programs out there and certifications to be had, how do you know which programs are the best fit for you and for your employees? In this webinar, we will try to clarify and hopefully simplify your decision-making process and allow you to select the correct programs for the correct employee tasks and prevent costly mistakes on training or certifications you may not need.
IPC Standards 2020 Committee Updates and What’s Coming
If you did not get a chance to attend the APEX IPC 2020 Committee Meetings or workshops this year, then this webinar is an opportunity for you to get the Cliff Notes, Spark Notes, or whatever your call summaries these days, on what is changing and occurring with the IPC Standards you work with each and every day.
Understanding What [Brackets,Brackets,Brackets] Mean in J-STD-001
If you have ever worked with IPC J-STD-001 in your life, you have inevitably come across the SHALL’s and SHALL NOT’s littered throughout the document and the brackets that follow. Do you really understand how to interpret their meaning? We might be able to help.
Updates on Industry Changes in IPC Standards and Certification Training
You have enough to do dealing with the requirements of your hectic work schedule, so let us help bring you up to speed on the changes occurring with the IPC Standards and the Certification Programs they impact.
Counterfeit Components: Your First Steps Towards a Mitigation Plan
Counterfeiting has become somewhat prevalent these days, more so in some industries than in others. If there is a profit to be made, this hidden market will find it. When it comes to electronic components, especially in the electronics arena where reliability is involved, there is a deep concern that what you produce as a final product is not compromised in either design or manufacturing.
FAQs: Clarification and Interpretation of a Variety of IPC Standards
We receive a variety of questions, each and every day regarding electronics manufacturing that, for the most part, come down to interpreting and understanding various IPC Standards and applying them to day to day operations.
IPC-A-600 or IPC-6012 – Which Standard is Right for Me
Standards, standards and more standards. When it comes to bare printed circuit boards, two key documents stand out, the IPC-A-600 “Acceptability of Printed Boards” and IPC-6012 “Qualification and Performance Specification for Rigid Printed Boards”. With that said, which document is important to you and more importantly how do you use these standards and apply their requirements in everyday situations?