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56 SMT Magazine • September 2016 may be trained on other modules covering: wires and terminals, through hole technology, surface mount technology and inspection. J-STD-001 Space Hardware Addendum An optional module for those wishing to un- derstand the extended requirements for products that MUST survive the vibration and thermal cy- clic environments of getting to and operating in space in addition to or in place of the NASA 8739 .2 and .3 as detailed in the NASA 8739.6. Hands on skills are included in this course. Topics Covered in the Training Courses: • General requirements, such as safety, tools and electrostatic discharge (ESD) • Wire and terminal assembly requirements, demonstrations and laboratory • Through hole technology requirements, demonstrations and laboratory • Surface mount technology requirements, demonstrations and laboratory • General soldered connection acceptance requirements (including lead free) • Machine and reflow soldering process requirements • Test methods and related standards • Using statistical process control methodology Who Should Become an IPC J-STD-001 Certified IPC Trainer or Certified IPC Specialist? The requirements for soldered electrical and electronic assemblies has emerged as the preem- inent authority for electronic assembly manu- facturing. This standard defines the materials, methods and verification criteria for producing high quality soldered interconnections. This standard emphasizes process control and gives companies the tools they need to increase em- ployee skills and performance. J-STD-001 sends a strong message to customers that your com- pany is serious about implementing company- wide quality assurance initiatives. Anyone re- sponsible for quality and reliability of soldered electronic assemblies should attend this hands- on soldering course. Assembly process engi- neers, quality assurance supervisors, training managers and others responsible for the quality and reliability of soldered electronic assemblies are excellent candidates for the program. Op- tional Space Hardware Addendum is available and the training is offered in many languages. IPC/WHMA-A-620 Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Harness Assem- blies with Space Hardware Addendum This standard describes acceptability crite- ria for crimped, mechanically secured and sol- dered interconnection and the corresponding lacing/restraining criteria associated with cable and harness assemblies. IPC/WHMA-A-620 Space Hardware Addendum The students will demonstrate the ability to build and install in a unit three complete ca- bles. This will involve soldering, cup terminals, crimping, machine contacts, insulated lugs, IDC connections, wire splices, coaxial connec- tors, shield terminations, including routing us- ing ty-raps/lacing cord, shielding braid and shrink tubing and testing of the final product. IPC/WHMA-A-620 Training Course Topics: • Cable and wire dimensioning, tolerances and preparation • Crimp terminations: – Stamped and formed contacts – Machined contacts • Insulation displacement connections • Ultrasonic welding • Soldered terminations • Splices • Connectorization • Molding and potting • Marking and labeling • Co-axial and twin-axial assembly • Wire bundle securing • Shielding • Installation • Wire wrap (solderless) • Testing of cable/wire harness assemblies Who Should Become an IPC/WHMA-A-620 Certified IPC Trainer or Certified IPC Specialist? IPC/WHMA-A-620 is the industry's first standard for cable and wire harness fabrication IPC CERTIFICATION PROGRAM'S SPACE HARDWARE ADDENDUMS

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