Scanditron opens a training center in India
Scanditron is a supplier of advanced process training and IPC certification for the electronics industry. All our trainers have long experience of the electronic production industry both theory and practical work on SMT production lines. The company was founded in 1969 and has offices in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Poland and India.
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Advanced Rework Technology is a fully independent training organisation, which has been presenting training courses since 1988. It is headed by Barry Morris, who has been involved in training for some twenty eight years. Our customer base includes many of the large, and smaller electronic companies around the UK.
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IPC Surface Mount Equipment Manufacturers Association Council Position on Counterfeit and Inferior Parts and Unlicensed Software
The IPC Surface Mount Equipment Manufacturers Association (SMEMA) is committed to delivering the industry -- their customers -- well running, safe, quality products to facilitate the continued growth of the electronics assembly industry.
Unfortunately, counterfeit inferior reworked, refurbished, and cannibalized parts and illegally transferred or copied software destroy the quality, reliability, safety and dependability of the equipment we proudly produce.
It is therefore the IPC SMEMA Council’s position that equipment and software warranty and support obligations should not apply where the customer has altered or modified equipment manufacturers' products without prior written approval, where damages have resulted from noncompliance with published operating procedures, or where the customer has used replacement parts or software not supplied by the manufacturer or authorized suppliers.
To highlight this potential problem for our customers, the IPC SMEMA Council urges its members to consider modification of their terms and conditions to emphasize that equipment manufacturers are not responsible for damage caused by counterfeit inferior reworked, refurbished, and cannibalized parts and illegally transferred or copied software and that use of such items will result in the warranty on the equipment being void. The following is a link to a tool in IPC SMEMA Council’s Anti-Counterfeit Toolkit www.ipc.org/anti-counterfeit-tools.
We regret that some of our valued customers have been misled by producers and suppliers of counterfeit inferior reworked, refurbished, and cannibalized parts and illegally transferred or copied software but equipment manufacturers cannot be responsible for use of such items - which have neither been manufactured nor approved as to quality, reliability and safety. We urge the industry to avoid use of these items in order to avoid quality, reliability and safety issues as well.
IPC SMEMA Council Steering Committee