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Denis Desrochers, Manufacturing Engineer

#16000

SMT training classes and start up equipment | 4 May, 1998

We are just starting out with SMT. I need any and all the information you have. We are looking to start a small to mid range line.

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Dave F

#16009

Re: SMT training classes and start up equipment | 4 May, 1998

| We are just starting out with SMT. I need any and all the information you have. We are looking to start a small to mid range line. Denis, You should pursue the following SMTNet thread on this topic: Posted by Igor Kostyuk on April 22, 1998 at 16:57:15 Dave

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Jon Medernach

#16008

Re: SMT training classes | 5 May, 1998

Good luck, I would advise you to contact the National Training Center for Microelectronics in Bethlehem, PA. They have actual courses in all aspects of SMT assembly and they are reasonable. As far as equipment for startup, I would look for used if you will out grow this equipment in a year or two, otherwise remember "You get what you pay for" and there is a lot of junk out there,

| We are just starting out with SMT. I need any and all the information you have. We are looking to start a small to mid range line.

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Mark Mitchell

#16007

Re: SMT training classes and start up equipment | 5 May, 1998

Mr. Desrochers; Philips EMT Americas offers a three day course entitled, "Introduction to SMT Manufacturing". The course addresses all major factors that influence the automated SMT assembly process. Topics that are discussed in the course are listed below. � Key Elements of SMT Assembly � Component Packages � Composition & Properties of Solder Paste � Solder Paste Application Methods � Component Placement Methods (Top & Bottom Side) � Reflow Systems for Production � Adhesive Requirements � The Curing Process � Wave Soldering Criteria � Inspection, Test, & Quality � Order of Assembly � Rework � Cleaning Processes The next class is scheduled for June 9, 1998, and will be held in our training facility in Alpharetta, Georgia. We also offer a full line of programming and maintenance classes on everthing from the economical CSM 84 mk III and the versatile Topaz to the high volume FCM and the super accurate ACM. In addition to training, Philips offers an extensive customer support organization that includes local field service, dedicated telephone support, and a refurbishment center. For more information contact us at 1-800-4PHILIPS or visit our website at www.philips-ia.com! Regards, Mark Mitchell Technical Training Specialist Philips EMT Americas

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SMT-ASSY

#16006

Re: SMT training classes and start up equipment | 6 May, 1998

Good morning, We would like to offer our services. SMT-ASSY is a training facility (Located in Dorval, Montreal area) which can introduce your workforce to SMT and the workmanship required to obtain quality products. We have attached our brochure in french and in english directly to your Email address. We also offer custom courses such as conformal coatings, stencil design, board methodizing, health and safety, PCB Design and layout to only name a few. We can help you do your equipment evaluation and selection if necessary. As you will see in our brochure our courses are recognized by the Soci�t� Qu�becoise de D�veloppement de la Main-d'oeuvre (SQDM). We regularly offer 5 programs and customized training according to customers needs. We would be pleased to discuss with you of your present training and/or consultation needs. Yours truly, Mario Lapointe Eng Technical Director SMT-ASSY Training Center Tel: 514-421-0358 Fax: 514-421-1278 Email:smtassy@colba.net | We are just starting out with SMT. I need any and all the information you have. We are looking to start a small to mid range line.

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Bob Willis

#16005

Re: SMT training classes and start up equipment | 9 May, 1998

If you need some training materials have a look at my Internet Web Page www.bobwillis.co.uk I have the second largest video list on electronic assembly second only to IPC. I have the largest range of CD ROM and Poster sets which may be of interest. Many of the posters can be downloaded and samples of the CD ROM. | We are just starting out with SMT. I need any and all the information you have. We are looking to start a small to mid range line.

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Earl Moon

#16004

Re: SMT training classes and start up equipment | 15 May, 1998

| We are just starting out with SMT. I need any and all the information you have. We are looking to start a small to mid range line. I provide consultation for these requirements. Please contact if interested. Sincerely, Earl Moon pod@ix.netcom.com

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serge

#16003

Re: SMT training classes and start up equipment | 22 May, 1998

good morning sir i m Belgium and i was responsable for SMT training and maintenance for Alcatel do you believe that i can help you???

| We are just starting out with SMT. I need any and all the information you have. We are looking to start a small to mid range line.

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John Ryder

#16002

Re: SMT training classes and start up equipment | 29 May, 1998

Dennis, Consider that only Philips can offer complete flowline solutions and equipment to satisfy any requirement, from low volume through high. Check out our website at www.philips-ia.com or call 1-800-4-PHILIPS =JR=

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Russ Miculich

#16001

Re: SMT training classes and start up equipment | 23 June, 1998

You have addressed two separate issues. We are stencil printer manufacturers and equipment choices can be a real tricky and frustrating proposition if not prepared with training and understanding of the process first. I would heartily encourage you to contact EMPF (operated by the Ameican Competitiveness Institute) at 714 N. Senate Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202. Call their helpline at (317) 655-3688 or contact via email at helpline@empf.org. They have complete manufacturing lines up and offer training courses working hands on the equipment. This is the best option I can suggest for someone starting into this business. It all seems so simple but really is very complex. If I can be of further help, email me. | We are just starting out with SMT. I need any and all the information you have. We are looking to start a small to mid range line.

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