AIM Offers Training to Aptiv Employees


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AIM Solder to provide training to Aptiv employees on October 22, 2018 at Aptiv Rio Bravo I in Ciudad Juarez.

David Solis, technical application engineer, covered solder paste handling and the printing process during the on-site training session. Aptiv employees learned about storage, management and maintenance of solder paste to ensure consistent print results. David also shared information regarding printer parameters, stencil technologies, machine configuration and materials to allow engineers to maintain a high level of quality during the printing process.

With AIM’s success throughout the past 20 years in Mexico, its commitment to training and customer support continues to expand. Technical seminars, hosted in one of AIM’s facilities and on-site customer training are an integral part of this process globally.

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