News Release from: Foresite
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 15 August 2005
Workshops make sense of lead-free process residues
Foresite will hold the latest in its series of two-day workshops in Boston, Minneapolis, San Jose and Seattle this autumn.
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Foresite will hold the latest in its series of two-day workshops, 'Understanding process residues and their effects on product performance and achieving reliable lead free performance', in Boston, Massachusetts, Minneapolis, Minnesota, San Jose, California and Seattle, Washington State, this autumn. This workshop series will provide information for electronics manufacturers who are transitioning to lead free assembly and are concerned with product cleanliness and long term reliability. Among the topics covered at these workshops are ways to achieve the lowest optimum lead free soldering temperatures, controlling oxidation and the difference between cleanliness and contamination.
The workshop in Boston will be held on Wednesday and Thursday 21st and 22nd September 2005; the workshop in Minneapolis on Tuesday and Wednesday 27th and 28th September 2005.
In November Foresite will be presenting the workshops in San Jose on Wednesday and Thursday 2nd and 3rd November 2005 and in Seattle on Tuesday and Wednesday 8th and 9th November 2005.
Terry Munson will be presenting these workshops.
Munson has over 18 years of experience with how cleanliness is affecting product reliability for electronic hardware.
He is the primary developer of ion chromatography analysis for use in the electronics manufacturing industry, and is an active member and committee chairman in the IPC.
Munson's insights can be seen regularly in various industry trade publications.
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