How long does Borey Advanced - a beginner need to learn at an SMT surface mount processing factory?

2024-01-09


 

The learning time varies depending on individual background and learning ability, but becoming a qualified SMT surface mount processing technician usually requires a certain amount of learning and practical time. The following is a general learning path and time reference:

1. Basic knowledge learning: This stage requires 1-3 months. As a beginner, you need to first learn the basics of electronics, including the types, characteristics, and functions of electronic components, as well as the structure and working principles of printed circuit boards (PCBs). You can acquire these basic knowledge through self-study, attending online courses or training courses.

2. SMT process learning: This stage requires 1-3 months. Understanding the process flow and related terminology of SMT surface mount processing is very important. You need to learn knowledge in areas such as SMT technology, welding technology, operation and debugging of SMT equipment. This can be achieved by participating in professional SMT surface mount processing training courses or interning at factories.

3. Practical and operational skills: This stage requires more than 6 months. Obtaining experience in practical operation is the key to becoming a qualified SMT surface mount processing technician. You need to familiarize yourself with the use of SMT equipment through practical operation, master the precise positioning and mounting skills of components, and be familiar with the welding process and parameter adjustment. This stage requires a longer period of time to accumulate experience and continuously improve one's operational skills.

4. Troubleshooting and quality control: This stage of learning may take more than one year. As experience accumulates, you need to learn how to troubleshoot and control quality. This includes understanding common SMT issues and solutions, as well as mastering the use of quality testing tools and equipment. Through practice and communication with experienced technicians, you can gradually improve your troubleshooting and quality control abilities.