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Explore Superior Rework & Soldering Technology from Kurtz Ersa at EPTECH Toronto

03/07/2024 | Ersa
Kurtz Ersa Inc., a leading supplier of electronics production equipment, is excited to announce its participation alongside Comtree at EPTECH Toronto, scheduled to take place Wednesday, April 17, 2024 at the Sheraton Parkway Toronto North.

The Knowledge Base: Mastering the Art of Reworking Circuit Assemblies

01/31/2024 | Mike Konrad -- Column: The Knowledge Base
In the dynamic realm of electronics manufacturing, the need for reworking circuit assemblies is an inevitable reality. Whether it's correcting defects, upgrading components, or adapting to design changes, the process of rework plays a crucial role in ensuring the functionality and reliability of electronic devices. In this column, we'll delve into the challenges, best practices, types, and reasons for reworking circuit assemblies, and shed light on the intricate world of electronic assembly modification.

Smart Factory Insights: Making Rework a Smart Business Opportunity

01/24/2024 | Michael Ford -- Column: Smart Factory Insights
Rework in manufacturing can bring waste, unplanned responses to an error, or too much variation. You also have to retain specialist skills to perform the work. Since rework cannot always be completely eliminated, let’s consider how we can create a new business opportunity.

Rework: A Perspective From the Source

01/17/2024 | I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Maria Mejias and her team at Intel work on the cutting edge of rework techniques. Tasked with characterizing rework processes for Intel’s boards and packages, Maria’s work is on the vanguard. We spoke to Maria about how her team works, what it’s like to be on the cutting edge of rework, and what contract manufacturers should expect.

I-Connect007 Editor’s Choice: Five Must-Reads for the Week

01/05/2024 | Marcy LaRont, PCB007 Magazine
The Christmas and New Year’s holidays made for much-appreciated off-time in the U.S. and Europe, but there was still a lot of good industry reading for all to enjoy. From Happy Holden’s influence on our youngest and brightest to the cost of rework, policy challenges ahead for European PCB and PCBA companies, to new faces in the industry—with some bonus R2-D2 thrown in for good measure—these articles are worth a few minutes of your time. Here are my picks from this past week in industry news and feature articles.
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