About the Course

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About the Course

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Description

This course is a live recording of three day SMT Course held at Intel Corporation in 2013. It is divided in Nine parts. 

This nine part SMT course begins with an overview of high level of defects in most companies even after decades of high volume manufacturing experience by the industry. No matter what your job title, we all are and should be concerned about reducing those defects.

The objective of this 10 part video course is to offer provide details of SMT Design and Manufacturing processes and solutions to minimize those defects in order to improve quality and reduce cost. If you are new to SMT, you can proceed in sequence from Part 1 to 10. If you have years of experience in SMT, you can begin anywhere. The beauty of this video course is that you can review any part at your leisure, at work or at home or when you are on the road. 

There is a quiz after each section. You can try to answer those questions on your own first before watching the video for the answers.

Part 1 and 2 are recommended to everyone who would like to get an overview of SMT processes to bring you up to speed before you can delve into the details of SMT Design and Manufacturing Processes.

Part 3 and 4 focus on the details of Design for Manufacturing for both tin lead and lead free products including laminates, components, land pattern design various design guidelines to make sure the products can be manufactured cost effectively. Part 3 and 4 are recommended for designers and process engineers.

Part 5-10 provide in depth discussion of all the manufacturing processes including adhesive and paste application, soldering, application specific soldering, flux, cleaning, inspection, test and repair.

All defects must fall into one of three categories- they are caused by incoming materials, or design or manufacturing processes including human error. Part 10 gives examples of defects that relate to each of these categories. 

The course material is based on Ray’s textbook Surface Mount Technology: Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition, IPC -7095 Design and Assembly Process Implementation for BGA chaired by Ray and IPC-7093 “Design and Assembly Process Implementation for Bottom Terminations surface mount Components (BTCs) such as QFN, DFN and MLF also chaired by Ray .

This is not a theoretical course. It is based on Ray’s years of experience in successfully implementing SMT at Boeing and Intel, and various clients and deals with "real- world" problems in SMT. After watching all the eight parts of this video series, you will get a detailed insight into the interdependency of design and manufacturing to achieve higher yield, lower cost and faster time to market.

After each section, detailed quizzes are used to ensure that the material covered "sinks in". And you can watch the video at any time to refresh your memory. 

SMT Part 1: SMT Components and Process Steps

SMT Part 2: Advanced Packaging & SMT Implementation

SMT Part 3: Design for Manufacturing: Lead Free Only

SMT Part 4: Design for Manufacturing: Lead Free & Tin-Lead 

SMT Part 5: Adhesive & Paste Application 

SMT Part 6: Solderability & Soldering 

SMT Part 7: Application Specific Soldering 

SMT Part 8: Flux and Cleaning

SMT Part 9: Inspection & Repair

SMT Part 10: SMT Defects and Their Causes

Specs

This is a live recording of Ray's 3-Day SMT course, divided into 9 videos.

SMT Part 1: SMT Components and Process Steps

SMT Part 2: Advanced Packaging & SMT Implementation

SMT Part 3: Design for Manufacturing: Lead Free Only

SMT Part 4: Design for Manufacturing: Lead Free & Tin-Lead 

SMT Part 5: Adhesive & Paste Application 

SMT Part 6: Solderability & Soldering 

SMT Part 7: Application Specific Soldering 

SMT Part 8: Flux and Cleaning

SMT Part 9: Inspection & Repair

SMT Part 10: SMT Defects and Their Causes

You can view our detailed outline of each section.

Target Audience

If you are in management or in sales, you may want to watch Part 1 and 2 only. For little better understanding, you may want to watch other sections of interest to you.

Manufacturing, process, design, test, quality personnel and their managers who are involved in designing or producing tin-lead/Lead Free SMT and mixed-technology assemblies and want to reduce product cost and improve process yield should attend this course. 

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