STI Introduces IPC-A-600 PCB PROCESS SEQUENCE KIT


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STI Electronics, Inc., a full service organization providing training resources, analytical/failure analysis, prototyping, and small-to-medium volume PCB assembly, is pleased to introduce the new IPC-A-600 PCB PROCESS SEQUENCE KIT. The kit is designed as an aid to individuals teaching the IPC-A-600 Acceptability of Printed Boards Training and Certification Program or for anyone in need of visual aids to assist with explaining the various steps of the PCB fabrication process.

For many years, the IPC-A-600 Acceptability of Printed Boards has set the standard for PCB workmanship quality, giving comprehensive acceptance criteria with full color illustrations and photographs showing all types of printed board surface and internal conditions. Many of the users of the document and the training program do not work in the board fabrication process, but may perform audits and incoming inspection.  This results in students not being familiar with what the boards look like at the various steps in the fabrication process and makes it more difficult for them to comprehend some of the acceptance criteria.

The IPC-A-600 PCB PROCESS SEQUENCE KIT contains boards that represent various steps in the PCB fabrication process, along with documentation describing the process steps, care and handling instructions. Its compact size makes it easy-to-use in any environment.

To place an order, contact sales at 1-800-858-0604 or sales@stielectronicsinc.com.

About STI Electronics, Inc.

Since 1982, STI Electronics, Inc. (STI) has been the premier full service organization for training, consulting, laboratory analysis, prototyping, and small-to-medium volume PCB assembly in the electronics industry. STI also produces a complete line of solder training kits and training support products.

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