Phil Zarrow and Jim Hall of ITM Consulting to address Defect Analysis and Process Troubleshooting at SMTA International on September 23, Chicago

Phil Zarrow and Jim Hall of ITM Consulting will present their highly acclaimed “Defect Analysis and Process Troubleshooting” workshop at SMTAI on Monday, September 23, 2019.

ITM Consulting is well-known for their capabilities and accomplishments in the field of electronic assembly processes, materials, and equipment. In this workshop industry experts Jim Hall and Phil Zarrow, Principal Consultants at ITM bring their experience and expertise to the forefront.

Let’s face it – Defects Happen! This course examines Failure and Root Cause analysis of PCBA defects. Detection and determination methodologies and procedures will be discussed. Cause and effect of defects relative to specific processes and equipment centers as well as materials are presented. Key causes of assembly problems and low yields are identified and resolved. This seminar is intended for anyone involved in directing, developing, managing and/or executing Failure and Root Cause analysis and defect resolution including managers, engineers and others in manufacturing, quality and design. Phil and Jim (aka the “Assembly Brothers” of BoardTalk) who have been there, done that, and own the ripped tee-shirts will educate (and possibly entertain) you with discussion as well as data and case studies.

Over the past 30 years, ITM Consulting (www.ITMconsulting.com) has helped manufacturers all over the world set up and improve their electronic assembly processes. The ITM team is renown for their capability to efficiently, quickly, and economically mitigating process problems and improving quality for CEMs and OEMs in automotive, medical, telecom, industrial, military, consumer and everything in-between.

Register: https://www.smta.org/smtai/register.cfm

PDC 12 Defect Analysis and Process Troubleshooting Part 1, Monday Sept. 23 8:30am – 12:00pm

PDC 13 Defect Analysis and Process Troubleshooting Part 2, Monday Sept 23 1:30pm – 5:00pm

 

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