Webinar Class III -The Deadly Sins of SMT Assembly




Tue, June 13, 2017


Computer, Rolling Meadows, Illinois




Rolling Meadows, IL – BEST Inc., is pleased to announce a webinar geared to Class III assemblers- . Phil Zarrow, long time industry subject matter expert, will be teaching through case studies in order to inform you about the top “sins” of SMT assembly with respect to Class III assemblies. This webinar will be held from noon-1 PM CST (including some time for Q/A) on June 13th.  

Phil will address numerous problems related to SMT assembly in a Class III build environment including solder paste printing, reflow, wave soldering, SPC, documentation, MSD and design-related process difficulties.

Alex Conley, training coordinator for BEST’s training area commented that “customers always have some good take-a-aways when attending Phil’s classes-and they enjoy themselves as well. In a webinar format people from far away can now here Phil speak and bring him some their questions”

If you are interested in registered for this limited seating webinar please contact Alex Conley at (847)797-9250 or at aconley@solder.net. The cost for the webinar is a nominal $25.00.



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