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IPC-A-610 New Revision E is a must-have for Electronic Assembly Quality

Kyle Bach

IPC-A-610, Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies, remains the perennial Top Quality Standard for electronic assembly facilities world-wide.  The new Revision E dated 4/1/2010 covers workmanship criteria for electronic assemblies with 809 full-color photographs and illustrations.

Users of the new IPC-A-610E will find the document an invaluable guide to improving process control and design.  Topics include flex attachment, board in board, part on part, lead free, component orientation and soldering criteria for through-hold, SMT  (new termination styles) and discrete wiring assemblies, mechanical assembly, cleaning, marking, coating and laminate requirements.

Further, according to IPC, the new 400 page revision has been “critically reviewed for clarity and accuracy.”  Commonly used with IPC/EIA-J-STD-001, Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies, the two documents have been brought into closer alignment with the simultaneous release of new editions for both documents.

To purchase the new IPC-A-610 Revision E and the new IPC/EIA-J-STD-001 Revision E, both are available from Document Center Inc.  Call us at 650-591-7600, email us at info@document-center.com or order on our website at www.document-center.com.