Training and Workshops
Advanced Selective Soldering Workshop - March 2-3, 2017
Thursday March 2, 2017 at 8:30 AM EST -to- Friday March 3, 2017 at 4:00 PM EST
@ DIVSYS International, Inc
REGISTER BEFORE ALL SEATS ARE GONE!
An advanced selective solder workshop will be held March 2-3, 2017 at DIVSYS International in Indianapolis. This in-depth 2-day workshop focuses on providing a detailed understanding of printed circuit board construction such as copper layers, barrel plating and porosity. The interaction between the printed circuit board and the selective soldering process as well as the heat flow characteristics within thermally challenging multi-layer boards will be defined. The classroom and hands-on portions of this advanced workshop is instructed by renowned fabrication expert Stan Bentley.
This workshop is designed for, but not limited to, those who have a good working knowledge and understanding of selective soldering. We are limiting the number of attendees for the advanced workshop to six (6) to allow better focus on each individual's specific needs and unique requests.
Who Should Attend
- Process Engineers
- Manufacturing Engineers
- Production Technicians
- Quality Personnel
What You Will Learn
- How to improve your selective soldering effectiveness
- Programming tips and tricks
- How to reduce soldering defects
- Advanced troubleshooting techniques
- How to reduce rework and increase yields
The cost for the introductory workshop is $800 per attendee. This includes workshop, lunch and supplies. Each attendee is responsible for transportation and lodging.
- Advanced ACE Selective Solder Classes
- December 5-6, 2016
- @ DIVSYS International, Inc
- Risk Mitigation Using PCB’s, Instructor: Stanley Bentley, P.E.
- When: September 13th 8:30-4PM and September 14th 8:30-3PM
- Where: 8102 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, IN 46268
- Overview: When we consult in electronic manufacturing, perhaps the most common question we receive is, “am I at risk if I use these PCBs”? There is only one truly definitive way to answer the question and that is with an examination from a qualified laboratory. However, production pressures, laboratory lead times and cost usually require some “less than definitive” answer. Even with access to a laboratory and control of the lead time, we sometimes find it necessary to get some type of an answer “on the fly”. This usually occurs at a customer location with the product running. To address this need for “less than perfect” guidance, we have developed a series of simple tests that can be performed at the floor level with equipment generally available to the process engineer.