Now available in a dual-language Spanish / English DVD, with chapter navigation and the digital convenience of two videos contained on one disc. DVD-SP42/43C demostrates proper workstation practices, personal safety considerations, ESD prevention, soldering iron types, temperature selection, tip types and applications, heat transfer principles, how to avoid thermal damage, solder types, sizes and applications, flux theory, low residue fluxes, wetting principles, soldering through-hole components onto printed circuit boards, tip tinning, tool maintenance, reheating solder, heat sinks / thermal shunts, soldering thick boards, preheating, cleaning flux residues, as well as explains the use and purpose of solder joint acceptance requirements from both the IPC-A-610 and J-STD-001 (training content is generic to latest revisions of these standards).
Contains high-resolution micro/action video and computer-generated animation. DVD training allows students to toggle between English and Spanish narration, for students who wish to learn English terminology of critical electronics assembly skills. Leader's Guide with written Training Certification Test and Training Certificates for students with passing grades. The focus of this training program is on hand soldering basics using tin-lead solder. For a comparison / explanation of the differences in Lead Free Hand Soldering, please see DVD-45C. Time: 40 minutes.
Includes Training Certification.
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