It illustrates industry accepted workmanship standards and is a visual guide that provides clear representation of electronic manufacturing acceptability criteria, based on the consensus of industry experts.
It features 100% full colour photographs and schematic illustrations covering:
- Handling Electronic Assemblies
- Electrical Overstress and Electrostatic Discharge Damage Prevention
- Mechanical Assembly
- Component Installation Location/Orientation
- Laminate Conditions
- Surface Mount Assemblies
- Discrete Wiring Assemblies
- PTH/Surface Mount Assemblies
A valuable document for all operators, inspectors and trainers. Assists companies establish their own acceptability requirements based on the consensus position of many years of industry consultation.
The Training Program:
You will learn information about the A-610C, instruction in the acceptability requirements and how to apply this to your operations. The course is conducted by a Certified IPC Class A Instructor and is designed to provide structured tuition in the IPC-A-610.
Successful completion of the course will provide the student with a well rounded background for electronic manufacturing acceptability requirements and an IPC Certificate.
The Instructor is a certified Class A IPC Instructor for the IPC-A-610.
Course Duration: This is a three day program and all phases of the course and assessment must be successfully completed to obtain a Certificate of Completion.
Course Requirements: An understanding of electronics manufacturing and soldering practices is assumed. The student should bring a copy of the A-610C to the workshop. Companies not already using the A-610C can purchase a copy from the SMCBA (call (03) 9568 0599).
Course Fees: SMCBA Members - $850 plus GST. The non member fee is $975 plus GST. The course fee includes all course notes and materials, lunches and refreshments for the three days.
This course can also be conducted as an in-house program given your facilities have the requirements for the delivery of the course. If you are interested in this please contact Andrew Pollock at the SMCBA on (03) 9568 0599 or fax (03) 9568 0622 or email to Andrew Pollock