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IPC-A-610 is the globally preferred international acceptance standard for electronics assembly.Available From:£120.00–£130.00 Enquiry Form
J-STD-001 is recognized worldwide as the sole industry-consensus standard covering soldering materials and processes.Available From:£120.00–£130.00 Enquiry Form
NEW Rev C
Industry-consensus standard for Requirements and Acceptance of Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies.Available From:£155.00 Enquiry Form
NEW Rev C
This guide includes everything needed for repair and rework of electronic assemblies and printed circuit boards!Available From:£265.00 Enquiry Form
The definitive illustrated guide to printed circuit board acceptability! This full-colour document provides photographs and illustrations of the target, acceptable and nonconforming conditions that are either internally or externally observable on bare printed boards.Available From:£145.00–£155.00 Enquiry Form
This specification covers qualification and performance of rigid printed boards, including single-sided, double-sided, with or without plated-through holes, multilayer with or without blind/buried vias and metal core boards.Available From:£120.00 Enquiry Form
PCB + Component Kit £35.00
Components only £30.00
QFP 44 £2.00
QFP 100 £2.50Available From:£2.00–£35.00 Enquiry Form
The Component Identification Training & Reference Guide is a valuable tool for employee training and quick reference.
A learning resource for new hires, operators, sales, purchasing, human resources, administrative personnel, students or anyone interested in understanding the basic processes for both Through-Hole and Surface Mount Assembly.
Now updated to the latest IPC-A-610 and J-STD-001 – the IPC Training & Reference Guide illustrates critical acceptance criteria for the evaluation of through-hole solder connections.
Now updated to the latest IPC-A-610 and J-STD-001 – the IPC Training & Reference Guide illustrates critical acceptance criteria for the evaluation of surface mount solder connections.
Training & Reference Guide illustrates the critical acceptance criteria for Wire Harness Assembly.
This training program is intended for operators who already understand the basics of hand soldering, and simply need to learn the differences between soldering with tin-lead vs. lead free solder. For a more detailed lead free hand soldering video that also covers basic soldering theory, please see DVD-43.Now you can show your operators the subtle differences between tin-lead and lead-free soldering techniques & inspection criteria – with this new training DVD from IPC. This program is designed to assist operators and soldering technicians to make the transition to lead-free with knowledge and confidence.DVD-45 describes these new types of solder alloys, and discusses the higher melting temperatures that can potentially damage the assembly. Section 1 also explains required changes due to increased surface tension, more active fluxes, and additional cleaning considerations.Section 2 demonstrates modified techniques for soldering through-hole components into plated-through holes, and wires to pierced terminals, then demonstrates PTH rework / vacuum extraction – focusing on damage prevention from increased soldering temperatures.Section 3 compares tin-lead / lead-free solder joints to the visual acceptance criteria from IPC-A-610D – with original microphotography of target conditions, textural differences, minimum and maximum solder, wetting requirements, cold / disturbed joints, fractures, lifted lands, thermal damage, bridging, projections, blowholes and solder balls. Time: 23 minutes.Available From:£419.00 Enquiry Form
DVD-54C clearly explains all the critical information your operators need to control static charge build-ups and prevent costly damage to electronic components and assemblies. Covers: the physics of static electricity, how static charges damage components, grounding, wrist straps / shoe grounding / testing, safe clothing, conductive smocks, ESD-safe work areas, elimination of static generating materials, controlling charge build-ups, activities that create static electricity, and proper handling / storage / transportation of ESD sensitive devices. Includes Leaders Guide with Course Outline, Learning Objectives, written Training Certification Test and certificates of completion for students with passing grades. An award-winning introduction to ESD control. Time: 25 Minutes.Available From:£466.00 Enquiry Form
As new generations of integrated circuits (ICs) become more sensitive to electrostatic discharge, ESD continues to be one of the most pernicious problems facing the electronics industry. Education is essential to prevent costly failures and expensive rework.Now your electronics assembly operators can become certified as “ESD Safe” by two major electronics associations.A joint collaboration between IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries, and ESDA- the Electrostatic Discharge Association — has produced the most up-to-date, technically accurate ESD Control video training currently available to deal with the effects of shrinking geometries, increased performance requirements and lower operating voltages.Developed by top industry experts, this educational video covers static electricity generation, triboelectric charging, ESD failure models and techniques to control ESD, including personal grounding for seated and standing operations, wrist straps, controlling static charges in the work area, and proper handling, packaging and transporting of ESD sensitive devices to the S20.20 ESDA Specification.DVD menu allows you to skip over technical content that may not be applicable to your company. English subtitles are provided for the hearing-impaired and English-as-second-language students. Telly Award winner. Time: 30 minutes.Available From:£504.00 Enquiry Form