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58 SMT007 MAGAZINE I MAY 2022 Editor's note: Indium Corporation's Ron Lasky continues this series of columns about Maggie Benson, a fictional character, to demonstrate continuous improvement and education in SMT assembly. Ivy Benson operators Andy Connors, age 20, and Sue March, age 19, have become a little more than friends. Let's look in on them hav- ing pizza aer a movie near Ivy Benson Elec- tronics. "Well, tomorrow is the first SMT class that Chuck Tower will be giving us," Andy said, and then jokingly, "And the good news—it's on overtime." "I brought the SMT test that Chuck gave," Sue responded. "Let's see if we can answer the first five questions together and then check the answers online." Take Your Assembly Skills to the Next Level "I was hoping for a little romance," Andy said, teasingly. Sue teased back. "Okay, Romeo, how about this? If we feel confident that we can answer four out of the first five of these questions, I'll let you hold my hand when we walk to the parking lot." Andy groaned a little, but then smirked, "Okay, Juliet, let's look at the test!" Sue laid the test on the table and started read- ing the questions. Question 1 said: 1. How much copper is in SAC305 solder? a. 3.0 % b. 0.3% c. 3.5% d. 0.5% e. None of the above Maggie Benson's Journey by Dr. Ronald C. Lasky, INDIUM CORPORATION

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