February 13 at Tallinn Polytechnic School

For Production of reliable PCBAs

To have in mind for production and ordering of reliable

PCBAs with the

assistance of IPC Standards.

 

IPC is a global association that continually develops and publishes the world’s most widely used quality standards for electronic production of bare boards plus circuit board assembling and soldering.

Tallinn Polytechnic School (Tallinna Polütehnikum), IPC’s Training Center in Estonia, organizes and invites you to an informative and entertaining seminar in Estonia held by Mr. Lars Wallin, IPC’s Europe Representative. The seminar has been very much appreciated by thousands of attendees active in the electronic hardware production chain in many European countries. The presentations explain how IPC standards are developed and guide you through the whole production chain and show how repair costs can be reduced and quality can be improved with the appropriate IPC standards for each stage in production.

With the introduction of EU’s RoHS directives, the conditions for the whole chain of electronic production from design via CAD and bare boards to circuit board assembly have changed in many respects. The seminar presents suggestions in the form of IPC standards and training which can improve reliability of lead-free circuit board assemblies and shows what the economic consequences can be when quality and yield decreases.

The seminar gives interesting and useful information for everyone working within electronic production such as bare board and circuit board manufacturers, electronic designers, production managers and technicians, purchasers, quality engineers, etc.

REGISTRATION:

By e-mail to ipc@tptlive.ee or phone to +372 56707246.

The number of places is limited so please register as soon as possible.

 

PRICE:

40€ per participant (free for members of Estonian Electronics Industries Association), including documentation and lunch.

 

Best regards

IPC European Representative / Tallinn Polytechnic School

Lars Wallin and Andres Ojalill

 

Agenda February 13th

Block 1: 09:00-10:00

What quality and reliability problems can occur in PCBAs?

  • Introduction, goal and agenda.
  • Typical problem with PCB and PCBA and its costs.
  • Is it larger risks with a Lead Free process?
  • Why does this quality and reliability problems occur? Examples from the real electronic world.
  • What can this quality and reliability problems cost later in the life time of the PCBAs? Examples from the real electronic world.

Block 2: 10:00-10:30

Demand for IPC Class 2 or 3 through the entire production chain?

  • What does it mean?
  • What does Level A, B and C means in some IPC Standards.
  • What should the purchasing think about when ordering PCBs and PCBAs?
  • Can exceptions be done?

Coffee Break: 10:30-10:45

Block 3: 10:45-11:15

Welcome to the electronic designers and CAD world.

  • Advice to project leaders, product owners and electronic designers before they start to develop a new electronic product.
  • Material Declaration?
  • To think about when Press fit its demanded?
  • IPC-2221B, IPC-2222A, IPC-2615 and IPC-7351B will be discussed plus others relevant IPC standards for electronic design and CAD.
  • What can a CAD mistake cost later in the production chain of a complete PCBA?

Block 4: 11:15-12:30

Welcome to the world of Bare Board manufacturing. (Let us take a tour)

  • What should a bare board (PCB) order contain?
  • IPC-6012D, IPC-A-600G and J-STD-003 will be discussed.
  • Base Material is an important choice? IPC-4101E will be discussed.
  • What effect has RoHS and moisture on material properties like Tg, Td, Dk & Df?
  • Manufacturing of a 2-Layer and a 4-Layer bare board.
  • To think about when Press fit is produced?
  • Different surface finishes and it’s plus and minus?
  • How long time can PCBs be in stock? IPC-1601A will be discussed.

Lunch: 12:30-13:30

Block 5: 13:30-14:00

If the PCB is not OK?

  • Which tests on a PCB can be done at an international laboratory?
  • Guide for Cad and PCB parameters and its technical and price level?

Block 6: 14:00-15:30

Welcome to the world of Assembling and Soldering.

  • Which parameters are important for always achieving the perfect solder joint according to IPC Class 2 and 3?
  • Is voids, heat and moisture a problem for the components?
  • Head on Pillow will be discussed.
  • What does it cost to scrap and repair?
    • Examples from the real electronic world.
  • J-STD-001G, IPC-610G, IPC-7711/21C and IPC-620C will be discussed plus others relevant IPC standards for solder paste application, assembling and soldering.

Coffee Break: 15:30-15:45

Block 7: 15:45-16:15

Welcome to the world of Cleaning and Conformal Coating.

  • Why Cleaning, Measuring and Lacking?
  • Is Clean really Clean?
  • Cleaning requirements?
  • Different methods of cleaning PCBAs?
  • IPC-CH-65B, IPC-CC-830B and IPC-HDBK-830 will be discussed plus other relevant IPC standards for cleaning and conformal coating.

Block 8: 16:45-16:30

What is the need for an IPC Checklist and an IPC Generic Specification?

  • How can an IPC checklist be useful in the entire production chain of a PCBA?
  • Guide for PCBA parameters and its technical and price level?
  • How can the IPC Generic Specification for IPC Class 2 Rigid PCBs & PCBAs.

All attendants will have a copy of the IPC Checklist and the IPC Generic Specification for IPC Class 2 Rigid PCBs and PCBAs!

Block 9: 16:30-17:00

Q and A plus adjourned.