ACE to conduct introductory workshop

July 05, 2016

ACE is pleased to announce that registration is now open and seats are still available for its upcoming August 2-3 introductory selective soldering workshop. The introductory workshop will be held August 2-3, 2016 at ACE’s Spokane Valley, WA facility. This comprehensive 2- day workshop is designed to educate and enhance an attendee’s working knowledge of the overall selective soldering process. Topics include component limitations, clearance restrictions, flux chemistries, no-clean processing, and solder joint reliability issues, as well as problem solving and process optimization. The classroom portion will be conducted by well-known process expert Bob Klenke of ITM Consulting while the hands-on portion will be taught by the expert staff members in the ACE application lab. Optionally, attendees can attend a third day for additional hands-on training and are invited to bring their own circuit boards for detailed application analysis. More than 195 attendees from over 100 companies have participated in previous ACE selective soldering workshops including a 2-day introductory workshop and a 2-day advanced workshop. These highly successful workshops feature open communications and a continuous information steam that has helped attendees advance their skills, techniques and methods involved with the selective soldering process. This workshop features a combination of classroom and hands-on curriculum that significantly compresses the learning curve for those new to the selective soldering process or those who wish to advance their in-depth knowledge. For more information about this selective soldering workshop, or to register for the workshop, contact Rae Ann Miller at rmiller@ace-protech.com or call 509-924-4898, Ext. 102.

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