PDR Offers IPC 7711/21C Rework and Repair Courses


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PDR, a leading manufacturer of BGA rework systems, test and inspection equipment since 1985, is pleased to announce that it offers courses through its PDR Alliance Network for the new IPC 7711/21C standard – The Rework and Repair of Electronic Assemblies – which includes focused infrared technology as a method for the removal and replacement of components.

With multiple training, demonstration and field support sites in the U.S.A. and abroad, PDR is able to provide firms with the education, training and field support necessary to become successful with the rework and repair of electronic assemblies. To schedule a course or demonstration, visit www.pdr-rework.com or call 877-700-6085 toll free to learn more.

Focused IR Rework Technology – Visible IR Rework is part of Rev. C of the IPC 7711/21C for managers and technicians responsible for the successful rework and repair of electronic assemblies. Focused IR technology is identified as generating visible heat energy that is controlled by the use of an iris mechanism, direct in-process IC thermal control, and does not require air nozzles, i.e. laminar air flow. The technology is well-suited for high-mix applications, applications requiring advanced thermal control precision, and applications requiring the direct in-process control of the IC when undergoing temperature gradients.

To obtain IPC documents and to learn more about PDR Focused IR Technology, please visit www.ipc.org or www.pdr-rework.com to explore how PDR Technology can help your organization succeed.

PDR Rework Systems remains at the forefront of rework technology by providing air nozzle free systems with advanced in-process control features and visible light that takes the guesswork out of rework. PDR X-ray Solutions was founded in 2012, distributing and supporting X-ray Solutions for industry under the PDR Brand as well as other well-known X-ray Brands

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