Electronics, cables and wiring… a marvellously dynamic world. Your world. Your company puts in a top performance each and every day. Quality, productivity improvement and process optimisation are key here. And you need excellent machinery and know-how to achieve all this. At Smans, we’ve got you covered.
The Smans Academy takes care of everything for you and gets the best out of your human capital.
Is your team’s know-how up-to-date?
With a future-proof range of training we teach new recruits the basics of electronics and cable and wire assembly and we raise already experienced programmers and operators to a higher level. Standard or customised training, theory and practice, with certificate of participation.
Our employees needed a refreshment on hand soldering and the Smans Academy was able to fully meet this need.
Thanks to the years of experience of teacher Bart van de Lisdonk, we have learned a lot from both the theoretical part and the practical part.
The course was very detailed and instructive. On the basis of practical examples, everything was clearly explained.
Basic cable and wire training
An introduction to cable and wire assembly, cutting and stripping, crimping and applicators. You become acquainted with the different parts and materials when working with cables and wires.
Basic training SMT
An introduction to a typical SMD assembly line, its components and as an extension the whole SMD environment at a company. You become acquainted with the different parts and materials in an assembly line, their purposes and settings, and the different processes.
Customer-specific training courses
Smans is happy to help you get the best out of your employees and train them to become experts. Would you like tailor-made training, fully customised to the needs of your employees? Contact us via the form and tell us what you are looking for. We will be happy to look into the possibilities.
Thorough theory training concerning flux composition, reliability, test methods and residue. We examine the chemical side, composition, classification, solderability and reliability of flux components.
An introduction to ionising radiation and its use in an SMD environment. We look at the properties, occurrence in the natural world, artificial radiation, protection and practical applications.
Low melting point alloys
An introduction to lead-free low melting point alloys. What are the advantages. What must be remembered. What are the limitations. How to implement in the different processes.
Thorough theory and practical training on manual soldering, the right techniques, the settings and preconditions. We examine the appliances and tools, the materials, techniques and parameters.
A thorough study of the reflow profile, its parts and requirements. It takes a closer look at the progression of the temperature over time. Maximum and minimum requirements, heating techniques, melting point, CTE, structure with solidification of the alloy, etc.
Thorough theory training on selective soldering, settings, the preconditions and fault identification. We look at the machine requirements and limitations, phenomena such as oxidation, solderability, design rules, etc. The relevant parameters are examined.
Stencil printing SMT
A complete overview of printing solder paste in a typical SMD stencil printer. It describes the different movements, their mutual relationship and the materials used. Terms such as fine-pitch, stencil thickness, stepped stencils, laser cut, etc. are explained
Thorough theory and practical training on what wave soldering entails, the process and the variables. We look at the different stages in the process, the consumables and their chemical side, machine settings, etc. Analysis of soldering faults and possible solutions.