MG6023 – Electronics Manufacturing 2
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Electronics Manufacturing 2
To enable students to gain an insight into the operation of real electronics manufacturers in the region.
- Directed hours
- Self directed hours
- Total learning hours
- Learning Outcomes
- 1.Describe current production methods.
2.Explain the requirements to designing for production.
3.Describe the principles of a production line.
4.Evaluate the need for quality monitoring.
5.Evaluate the need for product packaging.
- Selecting components, custom part problems, part replacement.
PCB types. Layout of PCB.
Component insertion (pick and place, manual insertion).
Soldering (wave soldering, solder paste processes, SMT machines, hand soldering, reflow soldering).
Component handling (ESD precautions). Product packaging (packaging types).
Production work flow (constraints, bottleneck, optimisation requirements for SMT machines). Quality systems, production monitoring, production improvements.
- Assessment Criteria
- Assessment 1Written Test30
Assessment 2Practical Assignment30