IPCB/B. Rework, Modification and Repair of Electronic Assemblies. Developed by the Repairability Subcommittee () of the Product Assurance. These procedures are new additions to the IPCB/B. Material in this manual, IPC/ Rework, Modification and Repair of. Users of this publication are encouraged to participate in the development of future revisions. Contact: IPC. Supersedes: IPC/ with. Changes 1 and 2.

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Shingle Springs, CA — January — PDR, a leader in IR rework, test and inspection, is pleased to announce that the new IPC / Rev. C standard . IPC Rework of Electronic. Assemblies. Developed by the Electronic Assembly Rework Task Group (b) of the Institute for Interconnecting and. IPC - February Repair and Modification of Printed. Boards and Electronic Assemblies. IPC, Change 2 - April IPC

Additional languages are continuously being added. There is no starting over, and the choices seem ominous: scrap it or send it out. Do you have a third option? This train-the-trainer program teaches industry-approved techniques on through hole and surface mount rework, land, conductor and laminate repair. Certified IPC Specialist training is modular and only the introductory module, Common Procedures, is a required element. Certified IPC Specialists are certified for two years for each module taken. While there are no formal entrance requirements, Certified IPC Trainer candidates must have excellent hand soldering skills. Training, manufacturing and quality assurance supervisors with considerable experience in both teaching and assembly rework procedures are strongly encouraged to receive this certification. This program provides Certified IPC Trainers and their companies with a valuable industry-recognized credential. Clearly, the greatest asset of this program can be measured in dollars saved on restoring very expensive electronics assemblies.

Appropriate workmanship standards are reviewed and students must install and remove components to the IPC Class 3 criteria.

Pad releveling and tinning is also covered. Students will also discuss component polarity and orientation issues associated with multi-leaded SMT devices.

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Surface mount land preparation is also discussed. Workmanship standards for gull wing devices are presented and the student must install and remove devices to the IPC Class 3 criteria.

Device pitch ranges from 50 mils down to 20 mils. Students will use both conductive point-to-point and drag soldering and convective hot-air and solder paste techniques. Appropriate workmanship standards are reviewed and, again, students are graded to the IPC Class 3 criteria. Module 8 Laminate Repair Workmanship This module covers the repair of damaged laminate material.

Students will repair a burn on a PCB by excavating the damaged material, mixing two-part epoxy, using the epoxy to fill the damaged area, and the use of coloring agents to match the PCB color. Other repair techniques will also be discussed such as tooling hole repair, repair of broken corners, etc.

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Module 9 Conformal Coating Removal Workmanship In this module the student will learn the procedures applicable to, and develop and demonstrate the skills of identifying and removing conformal coating from a PCA in accordance with the procedures of IPCC. The student will also learn the procedures for replacing conformal coating, encapsulants and solder resist. Students will also discuss component polarity and orientation issues associated with multi-leaded SMT devices. Surface mount land preparation is also discussed.

Workmanship standards for gull wing devices are presented and the student must install and remove devices to the IPC Class 3 criteria. Device pitch ranges from 50 mils down to 20 mils.

Students will use both conductive point-to-point and drag soldering and convective hot-air and solder paste techniques. Appropriate workmanship standards are reviewed and, again, students are graded to the IPC Class 3 criteria.

Module 8 Laminate Repair Workmanship This module covers the repair of damaged laminate material. Students will repair a burn on a PCB by excavating the damaged material, mixing two-part epoxy, using the epoxy to fill the damaged area, and the use of coloring agents to match the PCB color. Other repair techniques will also be discussed such as tooling hole repair, repair of broken corners, etc.

IPC/ : Rework, Modification and Repair of Electronic Assemblies

Module 9 Conformal Coating Removal Workmanship In this module the student will learn the procedures applicable to, and develop and demonstrate the skills of identifying and removing conformal coating from a PCA in accordance with the procedures of IPCC. The student will also learn the procedures for replacing conformal coating, encapsulants and solder resist.

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Course Synopsis PDF Our free course overview and schedule will provide insight into the hours and required modules as well as highlight optional certifications within the program. Have questions?

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