||HIGH WYCOMBE, BUCKS, UK — March 2013 — SMART Group, Europe’s largest technical trade association focusing on surface mount and related technologies, announces that it will present the Webinar “Guide to Auditing a Surface Mount Production Line” on Tuesday, 9 April, 2013, at 2:30 p.m. (GMT).
This Webinar provides a basic guide to auditing a surface mount production line. Auditing a surface mount production line — internally or externally — reveals what is happening in the area or to the product. Auditing allows companies to assess the necessary steps for continued improvement or selecting an appropriate subcontractor. Delegates will learn the skills to better communicate familiar questions and to objectively interpret the responses.
Topics will include:
* Types of surface mount equipment and ancillary items
* An overview of the surface mount process
* Capability of equipment & processes
* Compiling audit information requirement
* SMT key process indicators (KPIs)
* Process control for tin lead & lead-free process
* Rework process & controls
* Inspection process control
This Webinar will last approximately 90 minutes plus questions and is designed for those who deal directly/indirectly in supporting surface mount manufacturing or considering subcontracting work to meet needs of the product.
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