Interactive PCB Inspection Lab

Category:

PCB Inspection Courses

Where | When:

Connecticut, Watertown | Jun. 08, 2017

Florida, Palm Bay | May. 11, 2017

Illinois, Schaumburg | Apr. 28, 2017

Illinois, Schaumburg | Jun. 22, 2017

Maryland, Baltimore | Jun. 15, 2017

Minnesota, Minneapolis | Jun. 09, 2017

New Hampshire, Manchester | Apr. 28, 2017

New Hampshire, Manchester | May. 11, 2017

New Hampshire, Manchester | Jun. 23, 2017

New Hampshire, Manchester | Jul. 27, 2017

New Hampshire, Manchester | Dec. 15, 2017

New York, Buffalo | May. 11, 2017

New York, Long Island | Jun. 15, 2017

New York, Rochester | Jun. 30, 2017

New York, Syracuse | May. 04, 2017

Nova Scotia, Halifax | Dec. 08, 2017

Ontario, Kanata | Jul. 21, 2017

Ontario, Kanata | Aug. 25, 2017

Ontario, Ottawa | Oct. 27, 2017

Ontario, Ottawa | Nov. 03, 2017

Ontario, Toronto | Apr. 28, 2017

Ontario, Toronto | Jul. 14, 2017

Ontario, Toronto | Dec. 01, 2017

Description:

This is a 1-day course utilizing lectures, visual acuity exercises, and physical assemblies to provide the students with an experience in visually inspecting printed circuit assemblies. Knowledge base programs identify differences between good and bad conditions, but how are the inspectors going to find these differences?

This course will provide the students with an inspection process to physically review the product to determine the whether or not it meets the customer quality requirements. The students will learn how to find the problem areas on the assemblies with a focus on improving product yields. They will learn how to improve their discrimination skills through the power of observation.

Url:

http://www.eptac.com/class/interactive-inspection-lab/

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