Recognised worldwide as the sole industry-consensus standard for soldering processes and materials, IPC J-STDE encompasses advanced technologies and provides new and updated criteria for all three classes of construction as well as expanded support for lead-free manufacturing. The product of a four-and-a-half year revision process involving more than 3, meeting hours from dedicated volunteers in the USA, Asia and Europe as well as countless hours of industry-wide review through the consensus-building balloting process, IPC J-STDE contains new, expanded, updated and consolidated soldering criteria. In addition to the technical changes made to the standard, extensive enhancements were made to the organization of the document to improve ease of use and clarity. New and updated, full-colour illustrations facilitate further understanding. DEK expands stencil manufacturing network Building on its comprehensive global stencil manufacturing base, DEK has recently expanded the reach of its stencil operations by appointing Gauteng-based stencil specialist, Laser Stencil Technology PTY Ltd, as a new licensee. The DEK stencil franchise and license philosophy ensures that manufacturing is strategically positioned to serve local customers with the most advanced stencil production equipment, quick turnaround capabilities, superior personalised service and technical expertise.
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The Project and its suppliers should continue to comply with the established mission assurance requirements. Only if the Project allows it; the Project decides. Not at this time. If I am using old drawings and hiring new companies to build, repair, or rework to those existing drawings, can I accept work to the J-STDFS on that old hardware? Whenever this mix of old standards and new standards occurs one might need to be mindful of ways that inspections to the new standard may find defects that the old standard allowed or vice versa.
The acceptability of J-STDFS means that using it as an inspection standard will ensure that high-risk defects are not allowed. See 8. It should be noted that the Workmanship Standards provide a consistent baseline for minimum product quality and do not guarantee product reliability.
What training should I take? NASA will allow two approaches to training: a. All quality classes are taught Class 1, 2, and 3. An IPC training certificate is awarded that is portable. Home grown courses are subject to review and approval by NASA. No IPC training certificate is awarded.
J-STD-001E: Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies
The standard lists requirements for the manufacture of electrical and electronic assemblies and includes materials, methods and verification criteria. The standard emphasizes process control and sets industry-consensus requirements for a broad range of electronic products. This certification is appropriate for individuals such as assembly process engineers, quality assurance supervisors, training managers and others responsible for the quality and reliability of soldered electronic assemblies. Certification for an individual is carried out by attending a training course conducted by any of the IPC authorized training centers listed on the IPC site.
J-STD-001 Space Addendum for CIT
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