Lead Free Protection, Under The Microscope

How the introduction of Lead Free Processes will change the appearance and inspection criteria for PCB’s. This report was commissioned by Vision Engineering, world leaders in the development and manufacture of stereo optical systems. Thousands of these systems are currently used to inspect electronic components and processes. With the switch over to Lead Free production, this document will lead you through the optical inspection issues involved, explaining what will change and what needs to be done.

About the author
Bob Willis has been a consultant and trainer to the electronics industry for over 15 years. Bob set up the first Lead Free workshops in England and Europe and has developed an unrivalled knowledge for the issues involved with the change to Lead Free production. He is currently Honorary President of the SMART Group (European Surface Mount Trade Association).

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