BEST Launches SMT "Boot Camp" for Increasing Knowledge of Electronics Assembly Process

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B.E.S.T launches new SMT assembly training class, teaching engineers and technicians about SMT assembly both theory and practice.

augmented the quality classroom teaching nicely

BEST Inc, announces the release of its SMT manufacturing class. This professional SMT training course is designed for technicians, operators and engineers and other personnel new to SMT assembly who would like to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the steps involved in the manufacturing of modern electronic assemblies.

This SMT "Boot Camp" is meant for those involved in electronics assembly who desire a thorough understanding of surface mounted electronic assemblies and all the processes involved in their manufacturing. Practical assembly techniques, hands-on demonstrations, local area plant tours and explanations by a variety of subject mater experts combined with classroom lectures emphasize the teaching points. Students are exposed to 50% lab/plant tour information with the balance being classroom lectures. The practical aspect to the teaching as well as the practical experience of the BEST master instructors make the BEST SMT boot camp a unique experience.

Classes, with the next one being in November, are being taught at BEST headquarters in Rolling Meadow IL or can be customized based on need. "The unique nature of the BEST SMT manufacturing training experience is its varied nature. In the beta classes students reported that the hands-on time and the various "field trips" augmented the quality classroom teaching nicely" commented Bob Wettermann of BEST Inc.

About Business Electronics Soldering Technologies (BEST)
Headquartered in Rolling Meadows, Illinois BEST is a supplier of PCB rework and repair services serving communications, computer, industrial, automotive, avionic and military accounts. In addition BEST is a master IPC-certified training center certifying students and instructors in J-STD-001, IPC-610 and IPC 7711 and 7721 material.

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