SEHO Systems and Balver Zinn Announce Selective Soldering Seminar
Jun 26, 2012
SEHO North America, Inc. and Balver Zinn announce a Selective Soldering Seminar from the SEHO Academy, scheduled to take place Tuesday, September 25, 2012.
This seminar, part of the successful SEHO Academy with more than 500 satisfied attendees worldwide, will help to increase the quality level of the
production process and decrease manufacturing costs, thus enabling participants to realize a higher level of profitability. SEHO's training concept is based on a balance of classroom learning and practical training.
The one-day seminar will provide information and focus on the importance of precision in the selective soldering process, with the resulting demand for process optimization to improve both quality and cycle time. The seminar will provide detailed theoretical background knowledge followed by a basic hands-on training.
Attendees will learn:
• Process teaching parameters
• Lead-free selective soldering
• Typical issues in the selective soldering process, such as poor hole fill, solder bridging and solder balling
• Basic rules for board design to avoid difficulties in the production process
• Process-related soldering defects and corrective measures
The seminar will be supplemented by a practice-oriented lecture presented by Balver Zinn, a leading supplier of solder alloys and fluxes. Balver Zinn will highlight the influence of the chemistry (flux) on different solder processes and their impact on the long-term reliability of solder joints. Additionally, a special focus will be placed on solder bath management to avoid solder contamination due to copper dissolution and other metals.