Expert Tuition to Ensure Better Electronic Assembly Practices

01 June 2024

Training service provider Advanced Rework Technology (A.R.T.) offers comprehensive courses to safeguard against the prospect of component damage during electronic assembly procedures.

Through this training program, which is constantly being updated, a better understanding of the potential risks to sensitive components can be gained. Furthermore, advice can be given on best practices that should be undertaken when it comes to component handling, tool usage, etc.

Among the possible forms of damage that may occur during assembly are:
 - Discharge damage - This can have an immediate impact on delicate component parts or lead to component failures/malfunctions after the equipment they are used in has been deployed.
 - Mechanical stress - Exposure to bending forces or being dropped will be other possible causes of unwanted damage.
 - Moisture-related issues - The presence of water can corrode certain metals, thereby increasing the chance of short circuits occurring, as well as leading to the build-up of rust over time.
 - Thermal stress - An alteration of a component’s fundamental electronic properties can be caused by overheating during the soldering process.

According to A.R.T.’s Managing Director Debbie Wade; “Modern electronics assembly is a complicated and intricate process that uses many different materials, machines, and techniques. Component damage is a challenge for any electronics assembler, but adhering to best practices as a matter of principle will help to avoid potential health and safety violations, financial costs and further electronic damage or failure, and will increase product performance and assembly efficiency.”


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