4 $25 gift cards will be Raffled every hour
+ 2:30pm Exhibit Floor Raffle
(1st Thursday of the Month)
4101 E. Willow St.,
Long Beach, CA 90815
2017 Tech Expo Vendor
11am to 11:30am
imaging for R&D and PCB inspections
Shockey is the Fluke Applications Development Manager for the US. He
comes from a variety of industries such as Automotive, Water/Wastewater
and Systems integration and has a background in Instrumentation, Electronics,
Automation and Process Control from Bellingham Technical College as
well as Infrared Level III ASNT compliant training and Vibration
Level I. As a Subject Matter Expert at Fluke for 10 years, hes
presented worldwide on these subjects, performed extensive training
to channel partners and key end users and continues to be back line
technical support for Fluke Corporation.
world in infrared, what it appears to be and where it can be used."
This presentation will cover applications, tips, and tricks to help
use thermal imaging technology most effectively for PCBA inspection
and trouble shooting.
Free for All
11:45am to 12:45pm
Unforgiving Environments - Proper Handling
& Storage Controls Go a Long Way Toward Print Quality
Technical Marketing Manager
O'Neill is the Technical Marketing Manager for AIM Solder. Operating
out of AIM U.S. Headquarters, Mr. O'Neill is responsible for developing
and optimizing product and technical information, collaborating with
complementary suppliers and equipment manufacturers and ensuring AIMs
products exceed the end user's expectations and meet market requirements.
O'Neill is also a technical writer and presenter for industry trade
publications and events. He has co-authored several papers on PCB assembly
subjects and is currently working on several new studies. Mr. ONeill
has a B.A. from Assumption College and post-graduate studies in education.
He began his career in 1994 with EFD, heading their business development
of fine pitch solder paste dispensing technology. He joined AIM in 1997
and has since assisted many clients with production challenges, specializing
in Pb-Free process development and material selection.
paste is the foundation of SMT assembly process and the importance of
consistent paste performance cannot be overstated. This presentation
explains the basics of how a solder paste formula is developed and manufactured
and how the end user can optimize handling and usage to maximize performance,
reduce defects and minimize waste.
Cleaning Approaches for Southern California Electronics Assemblers
& Edward Kanegsberg
Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg of BFK Solutions
are recognized consultants in critical and precision product cleaning.
They work with manufacturers to develop and troubleshoot processes in
applications that include electronics components manufacturing, electronics
assembly, and final product assembly (eg. aerospace and medical). Their
workshops and training programs are dynamic and interactive. They are
co-editors of and contributors to the two-volume "Handbook For
Critical Cleaning, second edition, CRC Press, 2011.
best way to clean electronics assemblies depends on the flux, the design
of the assembly, and on your customer requirements. Not cleaning or
cleaning with water alone is not always the right approach. Cleaning
process options have changed over the past few months; there are new
cleaning agents and new cleaning equipment. We will tell you about the
advantages and problems of new and familiar cleaning agents. Well
get you up to speed on cleaning agents that are allowed or even encouraged
by regulators and on some cleaners that may be banned, locally and at
the National level. We will also answer your questions about cleaning
process effectiveness, regulatory requirements, and process costs.
Exhibit Floor Raffle
Special Thanks to our Raffle
Members = $375/$475 (early/late)
here for Membership Information
Non-Corporate Member = $450/$550 (early/late)
package includes: one
6ft draped table, two chairs, company sign, lunch, directory listing
and attendee list. Electricity is an additional $25 per outlet.
Early bird pricing ends on October 6th, 2017!