New Training Videos Available on IPC EDGE


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IPC has announced new training videos available on IPC EDGE, an online training platform designed to deliver the education needed to acquire and develop the competitive skills necessary to excel in the electronics industry.

These videos include Through Hole Component Preparation and Hand Soldering, Terminology Training for Electronics Assembly, Conformal Coating, Component Level Defect Criteria, Hand Soldering - SMT Component Installation, and Basic SMT Rework – Without Component Removal. Trainers can purchase individual seats for operators and technicians. The training videos also includes testing and IPC Certificates.

For more information email ipctraining@ipc.org.

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