WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND?
Do you know if all the processes
in your factory are in control - now, for the last two hours, for the last
shift, for the last week?
Can you guarantee the product being produced by your processes?
What variables are best to measure? Why? How? What with? And what will you do with the information?
When you make changes to a process, how can you be sure that you are getting an improved result?
This programme analyses the major electronic manufacturing processes and identifies the critical variables and statistical techniques that need to be used to answer these questions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Factory managers, department managers, project leaders, the Quality Department, supervisors and operators who wish to learn how to control their process and other processes in the factory.
The course will cover the
Incoming PCB's, Leaded component insertion, DIP insertion, Wave soldering, Solder paste printing, Glue application and cure for SMDs, SMD placement, Reflow, Sub-assemblies, Completed product.
The following areas will be covered for each process:-
Course Duration & Presentation
2 days. Lecture notes, video and demonstrations with approx 3 hours spent on computers with SPC packages.
COURSE DESIGNERS AND PRESENTERS
Patrick Chan was the Plant Engineer for one third of the Ericsson Broadmeadows Factory. Prior to this he worked for the Singapore Productivity Council assisting firms in the electronics area to set up manufacturing facilities, especially in Surface Mount Technology.
Vianney Shiel, Managing Director,
Airtronic Circuits and former Principal Lecturer in Manufacturing
Technology at the Australian Electronics Development Centre (AEDC), brings
to the course his experiences in the SPC area from visiting 30 manufacturing
installations in Japan, Europe and the United States.