Kester to host Lead-Free RoHS Assembly Seminar in Dallas, TX area
Aug 29, 2005
Kester announces that it will host a lead-free seminar titled "Project 2005: Achieving Lead-free RoHS Assembly" on Tuesday, September 13, 2005 in Dallas, Texas. The seminar will be held at the Radisson Hotel Dallas - North Richardson.
The Project 2005 seminar series is designed to assist the electronic industry in the successful transition to lead-free soldering and RoHS compliancy. It will address key lead-free assembly issues and give you technical, practical and proven information to transition in a timely fashion so your company can maintain reliability and production yields. The seminar is purely technical and void of commercialism.
Kester Project 2005 will present the various complexities of assemblies and what your company needs to do to comply with the European WEEE and RoHS Directives. This seminar offers complete information and case studies to make these products reliable with lead-free while being RoHS compliant.
The seminar begins with a continental breakfast at 8 a.m. This will be the first of many networking opportunities. Eight hours of presentation, ideas and discussion will ensue.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Additionally, experts will be available for questions and answers during all breaks. Early bird registration is $195.00 (USD) two weeks prior to the seminar; otherwise it is $245.00 (USD) per person.
For more information on the technical content of seminar, contact Peter Biocca at (972) 390-1197 or firstname.lastname@example.org and for registration details, contact Theresa Rudnick at (847) 699-5580 or visit Kester's Web site at www.kester.com.