DIVSYS International Announces Workshop Schedules


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PCB manufacturer DIVSYS International Inc. will be holding Advanced Selective Soldering Workshops on July 24−26, 2018, and November 6−8, 2018, from 8:30am to 4pm EST.

The in-depth two-day workshop focuses on providing a detailed understanding of PCB construction such as copper layers, barrel plating and porosity. The interaction between the PCB and selective soldering process as well as the heat flow characteristics within thermally challenging multilayer boards will be defined. The classroom and hands-on portions of this advanced workshop is instructed by renowned fabrication and assembly expert, Stanley L. Bentley, P.E. in Indianapolis, Indiana.

This workshop is designed for, but not limited to, those who have a good working knowledge and understanding of selective soldering. The number of attendees for the advanced workshop is being limited to six (6) to allow better focus on each individual's specific needs and unique requests.

For more information or to register, contact Nick Mates at nick.mates@divsys.com.

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