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Wires and Terminals 101

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Wires and Terminals 101 Training Wires and Terminals 101 Training Wires and Terminals 101 course provides beginning solder operators, engineers, and other personnel new to electronics assembly with the knowledge and the understanding of the steps involved in the preparation and inspection of common wires attached to terminals. Practical assembly techniques, hands-on demonstrations, and explanations by BEST's instruction staff, as well as classroom lectures are used to emphasize the teaching points. This course is meant for beginning soldering students or those new to the electronics industry.

Topics include:
  • Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
  • Basics os Soldering
  • Wire Preparation
  • Wire Splicing
  • Wire Inspection
  • Terminals
  • Wire to Terminal Assembly
  • Wire to Terminal Soldering Inspection

This is a 1-day, hands-on skills development course.

MATERIALS PROVIDED
  • A Student Handbook
  • BEST certificate of completion 
Course Outline

DAY 1

  • Introduction of ESD
    • Causes
    • Stategies
  • Basics of Soldering
    • Tip Selection
    • Alloy Nomenclature
  • Introduction to Metcal
    • Solder Station Use
  • Component Identification
    • Through-Hole
    • Surface Mount
  • IPC Class 2 Workmanship Standards
    • Based on the IPC-A-610 Certification
  • Through-Hole Soldering
    • Techniques and Procedures for:
      1. Axial Resistors & Capacitors
      2. Radical Box Capacitors
      3. Radical Gold Lead Transistor
      4. DIP 16 Pin

DAY 2

  • Through-hole Soldering (continued)
  • Surface Mount Soldering
    • Techniques and Procedures for:
      1. QFP 80
      2. SOIC 14
      3. SOT 23
      4. 1206, 0805, & 0603 Chip Resistors
      5. 1206 MELF
      6. PLCC 44
  • Student Project
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