J-STD001G Amendment 1 is now active. What's New? What Stays the Same

San Diego SMTA Chapter

The widely anticipated revised cleanliness testing standard is now active. What’s next?

This presentation will cover the requirements of the new IPC J-STD001-G Amendment 1 cleanliness testing standard. What’s new, what stays the same? This presentation will uncover the details of the new standard, especially the “Objective Evidence” requirement of the new specification.

San Diego SMTA Chapter
Location to be announced
Registration:  4:45 PM
Social/Dinner:  5:00 PM
Technical Session:  5:30 PM

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J-STD001G Amendment 1 is now active. What's New? What Stays the Same

LA-Orange County SMTA Chapter

The widely anticipated revised cleanliness testing standard is now active. What’s next?

This presentation will cover the requirements of the new IPC J-STD001-G Amendment 1 cleanliness testing standard. What’s new, what stays the same? This presentation will uncover the details of the new standard, especially the “Objective Evidence” requirement of the new specification.

LA/Orange County SMTA Chapter
JT Schmid's Restaurant & Brewery
2610 E. Katella Avenue
Anaheim, California 92806
6:00pm Social Hour
7:00pmDinner/Presentation

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SMTAI Presentation of J-STD001G Amendment 1 is now active. What's New? What Stays the Same

SMTA International Rosemont, IL

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This presentation will cover the requirements of the new IPC J-STD001-G Amendment 1 cleanliness testing standard. What’s new, what stays the same? This presentation will uncover the details of the new standard, especially the “Objective Evidence” requirement of the new specification.

Conference sessions are 1.5-2 hour programs in which three or four technical papers are presented under the direction of a chairperson. Each paper is presented by the author on a topic related to the main subject of the session, and is followed by audience questions. The objective of a technical session is to bring new scientific and technical developments to light. Emphasis is placed on original, previously unpublished papers.

Conference tracks and symposiums:
Advanced Packaging Technology (APT)
Flux, Solder, Adhesives (FSA)
Harsh Environment Applications (HE)
Inspection / Counterfeit Electronics (INS)
Lead-Free Soldering Technology (LF)
Manufacturing Excellence (MFX)
Substrates/PCB Technology (SUB)
Technical Innovations (TI)

J-STD001G Amendment 1 is now active. What's New? What Stays the Same

Dallas SMTA Chapter

The widely anticipated revised cleanliness testing standard is now active. What’s next?

This presentation will cover the requirements of the new IPC J-STD001-G Amendment 1 cleanliness testing standard. What’s new, what stays the same? This presentation will uncover the details of the new standard, especially the “Objective Evidence” requirement of the new specification.

Dallas SMTA Chapter
Aboca’s Italian Grill
100 S Central Expy #63
Richardson, TX 75080



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Melville, NY - J-STD001G Amendment 1 is now active. What's New? What Stays the Same

Long Island SMTA Chapter

The widely anticipated revised cleanliness testing standard is now active. What’s next?

This presentation will cover the requirements of the new IPC J-STD001-G Amendment 1 cleanliness testing standard. What’s new, what stays the same? This presentation will uncover the details of the new standard, especially the “Objective Evidence” requirement of the new specification.

Long Island SMTA Chapter
Thursday, October 17th, 2019
Melville Marriott
1350 Walt Whitman Road
Melville, NY 11747



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Why Are We Cleaning No-Clean Flux? - SMTA Los Angeles - Orange County

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Why Are We Cleaning No-Clean Flux?

No-Clean flux, once a reliable alternative to cleaning is quickly becoming the most common type of flux being removed. This presentation will discuss the reasons so many assemblers have implemented a cleaning protocol for assemblies reflowed with no-clean flux. hile many assemblies maintain a high tolerance for post-reflow residues and do not benefit from a cleaning process, many others experience residue-related failures. This presentation will outline factors that affect residue tolerance and methods to predict an assembly’s residue tolerance.

Location:
The Grand
4101 E. Willow St.,
Long Beach, CA 90815