Latest I-007eBook from GEN3 Focuses on Process Control

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I-007eBooks is pleased to announce the release of the latest book in its The Printed Circuit Assembler’s Guide to…™ series.

The Printed Circuit Assembler's Guide to...™ Process Control, brought to you by GEN3 Systems and I-007eBooks, tackles critical aspects related to process control and the role of the SEC test in maintaining and providing objective evidence.

Written by GEN3 topic experts Dr. Chris Hunt and Graham Naisbitt, this book covers everything from 'open' and 'closed' loop circulation, corrosion prevention and ECM avoidance, to SIR tests for process verification, equipment and solution choices, and more. Readers will gain valuable insight into optimizing their assembly operations.

According to peer reviewer Mike Cummings: “This book is not based on fear marketing, but rather is an honest appraisal of a difficult decision companies have to make toward their product service life, based on the product field data and established and proven test processes.”

Download your free copy today here, as well as the first book in this two-part series, The Printed Circuit Assembler’s Guide to…™ Process Validation.

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