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A.R.T. publishes hand soldering and best practices content

19th April 2024
Sheryl Miles

Advanced Rework Technology (A.R.T.), an independent provider of IPC-certified and bespoke training services for the electronics assembly industry, has published a new guide and video entitled ‘Hand Soldering And Rework Best Practices’.

Produced in association with Mike Konrad from the Reliability Matters podcast, the content explores key strategies and techniques for hand soldering and rework, drawing upon the standards and methodologies outlined in IPC courses.

Comments A.R.T.’s Managing Director and Master IPC trainer Debbie Wade: “In the world of PCB design and electronics manufacturing, hand soldering and rework are critical skills that can significantly influence the quality, reliability, and functionality of the final product. Whether you’re a novice technician or an experienced engineer, adhering to industry best practices is essential for achieving optimal results.”

Mastering hand soldering and rework requires patience, practice, and a deep understanding of best practices and standards. By adhering to the guidelines and techniques outlined in courses delivered by A.R.T. – both bespoke and IPC-certified -  technicians and engineers can ensure high-quality, reliable solder joints.


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