Speedline Technologies’ Electrovert division will host a free PCB cleaning and reliability workshop in Guadalajara, Mexico, together with Kester and Zestron. The entire workshop will be presented in the Spanish language.
Optimization of the PCB cleaning process continues to be a priority in the electronics manufacturing. Narrow process windows, board design, process monitoring, and cleaning difficult-to-clean PCBs are key topics that will be discussed in the workshop.
The workshop is scheduled for September 9, 2014 and located at the Hotel Holiday Inn Crown Plaza de Guadalajara, López Mateos Sur No. 2500, Col. Cd. del Sol, Zapopan, Jalisco. 44500 México, Tel: (52) 33 3634 1034. Registration begins at 8:30a.m.; the workshop will conclude by 1:30 pm. To register for this free workshop, telephone (703) 393-9880 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presenters will include Francisco Barajas of KESTER, a communications and electronics engineer with 19 years of experience in PCB assembly processes; Fernando Gazcón, technology applications engineer at ZESTRON Americas; and Speedline Technologies’ own Roberto Fregoso, who brings more than 15 years of experience in serving the electronics industry in multinational high technology manufacturing companies.
Speedline Technologies, a division of Illinois Tools Works, Inc. (NYSE: ITW), is the global leader in process knowledge, services and manufacture of capital equipment used in the printed circuit board assembly and semiconductor industries. Based in Franklin, Massachusetts, USA, with Electrovert manufacturing based in Camdenton, Missouri, the company markets four best-in-class brands: MPM stencil and screen printing systems; Camalot dispensing systems; Electrovert wave soldering, reflow soldering and curing, and cleaning equipment; and Accel microelectronics cleaning equipment. For more information about Speedline Technologies visit www.speedlinetech.com