Vision Engineering Webinar on Eliminating PCB Problems and Failure Modes


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Vision Engineering has teamed up with industry-expert Bob Willis to broadcast a free Electronics Academy Webinar aimed at identifying the issues affecting PCB/SMT assembly and the challenges of achieving Zero Defect Manufacture.

The next webinar, Eliminate Printed Circuit Board Problems & Failure Modes will take place on January 23rd at 2:30 EST.

This webinar will demonstrate test methods to try and tricks of the trade to understand how PCBs can fail and how to eliminate many of the common causes.

The topics covered in this webinar include:

  • Through-hole plating failures
  • CAF contamination shorts
  • PCB Delamination
  • Nickel/Gold - Black pad & Black Tar
  • Innerlayer separation
  • Solder mask cracking
  • Outgassing
  • Need for product specifications
  • Auditing a PCB supplier

For more information or to register for this webinar, click here.

Previous webinars in this series are available on-line and can be viewed at the following links:

Solder Joint Inspection & Process Defects
Counterfeit Component Inspection & Detection

Bob Willis is a globally-recognized expert in surface mount and area array technology, providing training and consultancy to electronics manufacturers worldwide for over 30 years. Bob regularly speaks at international events, providing expert knowledge to improve skills and knowledge for electronics production staff and engineers.

About Vision Engineering Inc.

Vision Engineering Inc. designs and manufactures a patented range of ‘eyepiece-less’ microscopes for industrial and laboratory applications. Established in 1958, more than 300,000 systems have been installed worldwide for inspection and measurement tasks. Company headquarters are based in Woking, UK with manufacturing facilities in the US and UK. Regional offices are located throughout North America, Europe and Asia.

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