BEST Inc. Releases Electronics Component ID Poster


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BEST Inc. announces the release of a new teaching tool for soldering instructors-the BEST Inc. component identification poster. This handsome 24 x 30” poster is printed on a durable coated 48 pound paper stock.

Use this recently-developed tool for classroom teaching of component identification training, which is one of the first things usually taught to those new to the electronics industry. Clear, concise pictures of components will help students speak the language of electronics. In addition, relative part sizing and the sizing nomenclature of passive devices is displayed on a 1:1 scale on the poster. Moreover, a variety of different types of solder joints and lead types are diagnosed on the poster for student/instructor interactions.

In addition to this teaching poster, a 30 minute FREE video on component ID and terms can be found on the Solderinggeek Youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AN-epmC8tQk) . This will be useful in the onboarding process of new employees.

 “This is one of those teaching tools that instructors coming to BEST really enjoy. It will be a great fit for the teaching instruction that we perform and will be a welcome addition to their classrooms back at home.” stated Alex Conley, training services at BEST Inc.

Purchase of this poster for your classroom is available through the soldertools.net web site, the BEST Amazon store or through select IPC distributors. Brand labeling is available for 25 piece or greater quantity commitments.

About Business Electronics Soldering Technologies (BEST)

Headquartered in Rolling Meadows, Illinois BEST is a master IPC-certified solder and wire harness training center certifying students and instructors in IPC-A-620, J-STD-001, IPC-A-610 and IPC 7711/21. Training takes place in Chicago, Minneapolis, Detroit, Cleveland and near Nashville, TN. In addition, BEST is a supplier of PCB rework and repair services for those services in the communications, computer, industrial, automotive, avionic and military sectors.

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