Murray Percival invite you to join the Solder Joint Inspection & Process Defects webinar

Surface mount rework and repair can be straight forward if simple rules are followed. Globally-recognized expert in surface mount and area array technology, Bob Willis has teamed up with Vision Engineering to bring you a FREE electronics Academy Webinar series, taking an in-depth look at the issues affecting PCB/SMT assembly and the challenges of achieving Zero Defect Manufacture.

This webinar series is a great opportunity to gain valuable insight and learn expert tips to identify quality issues and understand the common causes of solder joint failure.

Within the webinar Bob will be explaining the best ways to inspect solder joints on conventional and surface mount assemblies with reference to international standards. In addition, Bob will illustrate some of the most common joint failures, why they occur and corrective action. In addition, he will suggest some of the best ways to capture defect images to incorporate in to a Defect Database with causes and cures. Space is limited, so sign up today and tune in this Thursday, 16th June, 9:30am EST.


Murray Percival Company offers thousands of capital and consumable products for virtually every facet of printed circuit electronics assembly and repair. With more than 60 manufacturers to choose from, Murray Percival Co. is ready to take on your challenges with technical information, and over 59 years of experience in the circuit board manufacturing and repair industry. We have a multi-state technical sales force, as well as, on-demand shipping to anywhere in the continental United States. Our "We Know How" knowledge base provides in-depth support information for many of our products. We also offer competitive specialty pricing for customers that register on our Web Store.

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