T9 Establishing a Statistical Process Control (SPC) Program for SMT Assembly
Ron Lasky, Ph.D., P.E., Indium Corporation of America and Dartmouth College (Instructor Bios)
Sunday, October 7
8:00am – 5:00pm
What You Will Learn
Statistical process control (SPC) is the foundation for high yields in SMT processes. In light of this fact, this full day course will cover the basics of how to setup an SPC program for SMT assembly. At the end of the course the participants will be able to establish a basic SPC program for their SMT process and use it in a continuous improvement plan to improve yields and profitability.
Who Should Attend
Process, design, test and quality engineers; process and quality technicians; operators and managers.
Gage R&R analysis to qualify tools
Common cause and special cause variation
The Shewhart Rules
Simple examples using Minitab 15
How to use SPC to set up a continuous improvement plan