Course: IPC-A-610F Common Inspection Errors
The IPC-A-610 provides a common language and the consistent criteria required to evaluate electronic assemblies. Misunderstanding or misinterpreting the criteria within the standard is a source of unnecessary rework and costs to companies. Experts in the electronics assembly say the most typical errors are avoidable, predictable and preventable.
This course is designed to help eradicate the most common inspection errors that occur in electronics assembly, including: misinterpreting inspector responsibilities, using improper board-side criteria, misunderstanding minimum electrical clearance, rejecting excessive wetting angles, requiring complete vertical fill, misinterpreting through-hole part clearance, misapplying gull wing lead style criteria, misidentifying bottom termination components, rejecting measles and treating billboarding as an instant defect. Lead the effort to remove the common inspection errors in your company’s operations.
- Demonstrates Ability to Interpret Inspection Criteria to IPC-A-610F
- Reduces Assembly Inspection Errors
- Improved Communication using Common Electronic Assembly Language
Course Time: 26 Minutes
Testing & Certificate:
A Certificate of Completion will be issued to the student upon Completion of the testing requirement of the course. A passing grade of 70% is needed to receive the certificate. The student will be allowed to take the test a total of 3 times to achieve a passing grade.
What You Should Already Know:
There are no prerequisites for this course