The next IMAPS-UK Webinar is … “Design for Manufacture”
Wednesday 11th March 2020 @ 14.30
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This is the sixth in a series of webinars organised by IMAPS (International Microelectronics, Assembly and Packaging Society) to showcase presentations given at previous IMAPS-UK events. The series will be continued by Dave Phillips and Bob Willis, and the presentations were first given at the IMAPS-UK “RelQual Workshop: Quality and Reliability for Electronic Assembly” at the Granta Centre, TWI, Abington on 6 February 2020.
Simulation and Stimulation – Reliability Tests Explained
Dave Phillips – TT Electronics
In this presentation we look at the different categories and types of Vibration/Environmental and Reliability tests. I will discuss why we use differing types of test and discuss where some types of test are applicable and where others are not. We will also talk about why we still physically test in the era of Computer Aided Engineering.
Dave Phillips has been involved in accredited Vibration /Environmental and Reliability testing for 20 years. He has experience across a wide range of industries including Aerospace and Defence, Automotive, Transportation, Medical and General Industrial. My company Abtest has been involved for over 50 years.
Practical Look at New Product Introduction (NPI) and Design for Manufacture
Bob Willis – bobwillis.co.uk
It is possible to spend a lot of time and money on NPI and DFM but not every company has the resources available. During his presentation Bob Willis will look at the practical side of manufacture and the simple steps that anyone can take plus more advance steps that can be conducted to prove out a new design or components. Design for manufacture is for all not just high volume product. There are many cases in industry where a small volume product became a mass market winner, but making a success during assembly became a massive problem.
Registrants will be offered the opportunity to receive free e-books on defect guides and soldering by Bob Willis.
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Webinar will run for between 60-90min with a question and answer session. The webinars are limited to 100 delegates/companies