Electronic Manufacturing Solutions Upgrades Staff Capabilities


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Four members of Electronic Manufacturing Solutions Ltd's (EMS) PCB assembly team recently completed their training to IPC-A-610 (Acceptability of Electronics Assemblies).

IPC standards provide customers with a clear benchmark for acceptability of electronic assemblies, broken down into classes. As standard, EMS produces all assemblies to Class II, with Class III available on demand to suit customer requirements.

The four PCB team members were trained as Certified IPC Specialists, provided via STEM Training by Paul Pidgeon.

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